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I’ve laid foundation for anti-corruption war, successive govts will continue – Buhari 

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Ibrahim Ramalan
Ibrahim Ramalan
Ibrahim Ramalan is a graduate of Mass Communications from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria. With nearly a decade-long, active journalism practice, Mr Ramalan has been able to rise from a cub reporter to the exalted position of an editor; first as Arts Editor with the Blueprint Newspapers before resigning in 2019; second and presently as an Associate Editor of the Daily Nigerian online newspaper. He can be reached via [email protected], or, or @McRamalan on Twitter.
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President Muhammadu Buhari says the foundation laid by this administration in the war against graft, will be sustained by successive governments in the country, as corruption remains an existential threat to nations.

The president stated this on Thursday at State House, Abuja, while playing host to the Management of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, led by the Chairman, Danladi Umar.

He described the Code of Conduct Tribunal as “an important tool in our fight against corruption over the last seven years.”

According to him, such frontline agencies, which are in the trenches, are relied upon to demonstrate that the government means what it says and remains committed against corruption in all its forms.

The president expressed his desire for a sustained anti-graft war, saying: “It is our hope that the foundation which has been laid by this administration will be carried forward and continued, as the issue of corruption remains an existential threat to all nations.”

Mr Buhari recognized the sacrifices being made by the Code of Conduct Tribunal and similar agencies “in the midst of very challenging economic and revenue shortages”.

He, however, pledged innovative and new models of financing very important agencies and work programmes that are critical.

In his remarks, the Tribunal Chairman, Umar, commended the Buhari administration for the salutary impact so far made in the area of infrastructural development, agriculture, and provision of social services, among others.

He said the tribunal was hampered by funding challenges, poor staffing, and appealed for the intervention of the President.


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