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PMB Urged To Institutionalise Anti- corruption War


President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to institutionalise the anti- corruption war of his administration so that it can out-live his tenure.

Participants at a Muslims’ Roundtable Meeting in Kaduna made the call in a statement signed by the national co-ordinator of the Muslim Media Watch Group of Nigeria(MMWG), Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi.

The group also called on Nigerians to give full support to Buhari’s anti-corruption war in order to restore sanity in the Nigerian system.

The roundtable which comprise of Muslim professionals, Muslim media practitioners, Muslim legal practitioners and Muslim activists also called on President Buhari to give special attention to the sanitisation of the System; so that financial and economic discipline established by his administration would live beyond his regime.

It called for the amendment of the existing laws so that they would promote values and virtues instead of adoration of material and financial acquisiton.

On the security situation, participants commended the president and the military on the success achieved so far and urged the federal government not to relent so that insurgency and terrorism could be wiped away totally in the country.

On the plight of the internally displaced persons (IDPs), the roundtable called on the federal government to take full responsibility for their welfare so that they would not continue to live under the hope of care from voluntary agencies and donors .


The post PMB Urged To Institutionalise Anti- corruption War appeared first on Nigerian News from Leadership News.

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