CDHR hails Buhari’s anti graft war as Amosun sues for patience

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By; Niyi Ogungbola, Abeokuta.
The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR) has joined the league of groups and individuals pledging support for the anti-corruption war of President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him not to sectionalize the fight and also channel the recovered loot into developing the country.
The group which made its position known in Abeokuta during a protest march to the office of the Ogun State Governor, called on the President to ensure that all on-going corruption cases were pursued to a logical end.
Speaking through its State Chairman, Comrade Folarin Olayinka, the CDHR, presented a letter to the State Governor for onward transmission to the President frowned at the level of corruption in the country.
“The Nigerian masses are not satisfied with the situation of things hence we want the President to look inwards. The corruption war should not be sectionalized. Wherever the looters are, they should be hunted and brought to book. We are saying that the returned loot is enough to fix electricity, infrastructure and reposition our country”, Olayinka said.
The State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun while receiving the letter described the current situation in the country as critical, promising that the letter would reach the appropriate quarters within 24 hours.
Represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Barrister Taiwo Adeoluwa, Governor Amosun however appealed to Nigerians to be patient with the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, assuring that efforts are being made to better the lots of Nigerians.
“Where we find ourselves as a country is shameful. Nigeria needs discipline, transparency and good governance. We are not happy about happenings in our land. What President Mohamadu Buhari is doing is to bring to governance discipline, commitment and the fear of God. It is a difficult process because corruption must fight back. It is shameful but I must state very clearly that what has taken 16 years to mess up will be difficult to clear in a spate of 10 months”, the Governor said.

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