Buhari’s anti-graft war is targeted against political opponents – CAN blasts

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Buhari's anti-graft war is targeted against political opponents - CAN blastsThe Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has faulted the anti-corruption fight of President Muhammadu Buhari, saying its ineffective and one-sided.

CAN President, Samson Ayokunle, while speaking with journalists in Iwo, Osun State over the weekend said the current anti-graft fight was targeted against people from opposing political camps, while the President turned a blind eye to those perpetrating corruption around him.

Ayokunle noted that for Buhari’s anti-corruption fight to be taken seriously, he must beam the searchlight on members of his cabinet and his party men.

According to the CAN President, such move would send a warning signal to those around him, who might want to continue to plunder the nation.

He said, “We need to caution the President in particular that the fight against corruption may not be too far away from around him. Those hands that are not right around him, he should be courageous enough to deal with them.

“The signs that we are seeing, because we are not babies, the hand writing that we are seeing is that he has to, first of all, he should deal with the corrupt persons around him before he will be able to deal with those in distant places. He is doing a good job in that area but he must do more.”

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