International Anti-Corruption Day: Nigerians urged to demand persecution for corrupt officials

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Say No Campaign, a coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) on Friday called on Nigerians to pressurise the Federal Government to ensure that corrupt officials faced the consequences of their actions.

The group made the call at a rally it organised in Abuja as part of activities marking the 2017 International Anti-Corruption Day.

Addressing the audience, one of the conveners of the campaign, Mr Jaye Gaskiya, said that it was time for Nigerians to collectively defeat corruption.

According to Gaskiya, we are saying enough is enough; we are saying that all hands must be on deck to fight corruption because it is not the president’s fight alone or that of any political parties.

“It ought to be the fight of Nigerian people and there are corrupt people in every sector even in the presidency; so, it is up to us as citizens to ensure that every act of corruption is…

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