Let us hope that EFCC and the judiciary will seize the opportunity and build on this momentum by going after other politicians



Let us hope that EFCC and the judiciary will seize the opportunity and build on this momentum by going after other politicians

The recent arrests, prosecution, difficult to meet bail conditions and detentions of politicians including governors should be celebrated and the fact that it is the same EFCC leadership that is doing all these simply means that Lamorde led EFCC didn't feel he had the backing of the former president to go after high profile politicians.

The Ibrahim Lamorde I know will go after anyone if the government of the day gives him a free hand to do so.

The judiciary should be praised too because it is not common to hear of such N270m/N270m bail condition and remanding of a governor plus his sons in prison.

Whether this is a flash in the pan kind of thing or not we must not fail to attribute this positive development to the PMB.

Let us hope that EFCC and the judiciary will seize the opportunity and build on this momentum by going after other politicians.

Proper public enlightenment campaign by EFCC on how to get them involved in the investigation of these corrupt Nigerians would be in order.

Even if tackling corruption is the only thing PMB will achieve as president Nigeria and Nigerians will be better for it. The amount of money being stolen, looted, stashed away in foreign banks or personal underground vaults can solve a lot of problems in Nigeria.

Even if dem no use our money build road or better school/hospital at least make individuals no carry the money go their house come dey build mansions and buy exotic cars up and down.

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