A non-governmental organisation, Centre for Democracy and Socio Economy Rights (CEDESER) has declared that Nigeria is yet to get to its final destination in its crusade against corruption.
This is coming on the heels of the recent acquittal of the Nigerian Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki by the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
Speaking on behalf of the organisation, its Executive Director, Michael Popoola Ajayi, said that the country still have a long way to go, if the fight against corruption as undertaken by this current administration was to become something to write home about.
“It is quite unfortunate that at this crucial stage of national development, that despite all the sensational charges against the Senate President and the damning facts before the tribunal, it still declared, it could not be proved beyond reasonable doubt. It is an…
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