Wednesday, 2 September 2015

SEE What Youth Against Corruption Demands From Buhari

A movement called Youth Against Corruption participated in a rally in Ado Ekiti demanding from Muhammadu Buhari more tough measures which can end corruption in Nigeria in their opinion.

Buhari should be tough in his fight against corruption.

Youth Against Corruption staged a march in Ado Ekiti in support of Muhammadu Buhari’s war against corruption.  However, members of that organisation called on Buhari to be more tough in his fight, demanding from him more landings in prison for corrupt leaders.

Speaking to the press the movement’s founder, Tosin Jegede told that Buhari’s efforts shouldn’t be stalled by the accusations that the war against corruption is selective.

In his opinion more landings in jail of the former corrupt leaders needed as well as educating the youths in Nigeria to re-orientate their values towards fighting corruption at every possible level.

Three weeks ago Muhammadu Buhari has responded to the accusations that his government is leading a selective war against corruption.

Last week the Senate Caucus of ‎the Peoples Democratic Party, led by Godwill Akpabio, posed the allegations saying that the anti-graft lacked transparency.

According to Premium Times, on Sunday night President Buhari, reacting to the statement through his media aide Garba Shehu, characterized the claims as “false, baseless and totally unjustifiable”.

Meanwhile, a youth group in Bayelsa named Youth Forum for Progressive Change has advised Bayelsa state governor, Seriake Dickson to step down from the upcoming governorship race in the state if he is scared of being defeated.