Nigeria in trouble if Buhari’s anti-corruption fails – Osinbajo
VICE President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday warned that the country would be thrown into problem if the current drive against corruption was not won.
He said that corruption was fiercely waging reprisal attacks in the States, but assured the public that President Muhammadu Buhari was committed to sustaining the anti-corruption fight to ensure that the system was cleaned up and government business done the right way, Vanguard reports.
He also saw the necessity to re-orientate the Nigerian masses.
Speaking during a courtesy visit to him by the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers in the State House, Osinbajo noted that Defence contracts of $15 billion for which many individuals were being prosecuted “is half of our country’s foreign reserves.”
He said: “If we are not able to sustain the trouble against corruption, we will end up in a very, very bad way as a nation. “We have seen it in so many different ways that at almost every state, corruption fights back and fights very fiercely.