Corruption was done on dinning tables before Buhari came – Umohinyang | The Guardian Nigeria News


The president, Centre for Leadership and Justice, Emmanuel Umohinyang.

Nigeria has celebrated 60 years of nationhood since it gained independence from the colonial masters on October 1 1960. Since then, the country has been opposed by different challenges of insecurity, civil unrest, human rights abuse, electoral fraud and violence, corruption and bad governance.

In this recent interview with The Guardian, the president of the Centre for Leadership and Justice, Emmanuel Umohinyang, sheds insights on how President Muhammadu Buhari is gradually making a change towards putting the country on the path of true progress and unity. Excerpts:

What is your general assessment and what lessons do you think we can carry as we prepare for Ondo election in a few days from now?

The problem with elections in our country has always been a case of whosoever is apex federal wins almost all the elections, and under the Muhammadu Buhari administration the game is changing and I want…

Source: Guardian Newspaper