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Name Them, Nigerian Want to Know the Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds : President Buhari set to Expose Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds

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Name Them, Nigerian Want to Know the Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds : President Buhari set to Expose Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds

President Buhari Delivering Powerful Anti-Corruption Keynote Address

President Buhari Delivering Powerful Anti-Corruption Keynote Address

Over the past few months, there are speculations on public domain that past administration public officials that have stolen from the national treasury are started returning money back into the national treasury account.

Though the opposition party Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described the claimed made by the President Buhari and APC, has an avenue of  discrediting the good thing of past administration of ex-president Goodluck Jonathan.

Nigeria President Buhari, delivered a powerful markedly anti-corruption keynote speech for the 15th edition of Emmanuel Onyechere Osigwe Anyiam-Osigwe lecture series in Abuja yesterday.

The anti-corruption speech made by President Buhari, was titled Incorruptibility; A Spiritual Premise for Material Wellbeing” and you can read the full text HERE.

Over the past few hours now, an headlines is circulation viral online where President Buhari, saying looters are being investigated and will be exposed.

Name Them, Nigerian Want to Know the Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds  : President Buhari set to Expose Looters Who Returned Stolen Funds

“We must kill corruption before corruption kills us. Investigations are ongoing on public officers who served, or are still serving, and those whose conduct are questionable will be compelled to accept the path of honour and surrender their loots.”

He reiterated the commitment to reveals specific details

“As I stated recently, a good number of people who abused their positions are voluntarily returning the illicit funds. I have heard it said that we should disclose the names of the people, and the amount returned. Yes, in due course, the Central Bank of Nigeria will make information available to the public on the surrendered funds, but I must remark that it is yet early days, and any disclosure now may jeopardize the possibility of bigger recoveries. But we owe Nigerians adequate information, and it shall come in due course. It is part of the collective effort to change our land from the bastion of corruption it currently is, to a place of probity and transparency.”

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