The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, has given the Federal government the permission to probe the administration of Goodluck Jonathan.
The PDP however warned that the investigation must be conducted without malice and should not be designed to witch-hunt some persons who worked under Jonathan.
While speaking with Vanguard, PDP National Publicity Secretary, Olisa Metuh, warned that the investigation must be within the ambit of the law and respect for fundamental human rights of citizens.
Metuh pointed out that the government must plan for the future and not necessarily spending its energy looking into the past.
He said: “It is the right thing to probe and investigate but there must be respect for fundamental human rights of the people. It must be carried out within the confines of the law, there must be no witch-hunt.
“There must be plans for the future, the government can go ahead with the probe, but must put forward those things that will move the country forward because very soon, Nigerians will be asking questions on insecurity, incessant arrest, the state of the dollar, among others.”