Buhari lonely in fight against corruption – NCP Chairman, Tanko

Posted on Oct 31 2017 - 1:54pm by admin

The National Chairman of the National Conscience Party (NCP), Yunusa Tanko, has stated that from the way events unfolded in the country, President Muhammadu Buhari appears to be lonely in his fight against corruption.

Tanko made this known while appearing on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Monday.

According to him, President Buhari meant well in the war against corruption.

He, however, wondered if people working with him are on the same page.

He said: “Mr. President is a different person entirely, the people working with him are different people. Mr. President has this integrity issue on him and so he needs to protect it. The people working with him, are they working with him in the same direction?

“He is the only one now that has quickly come and say fine this person must be quickly removed from office. But how on earth could that situation have come without proper supervision, because that way the issue now comes in.

“There is a need for a proper supervision in the way the system works. The issue on sincerity you are asking probably lies on the people who actually have a direct link on the matter. Where they sincere? No.

“The whole thing is like; Mr President is the only person looks as if he is the only one fighting the corruption. But then, even that as it were, there are a lot of issues that maybe there are sentiments being drawn.

“But Mr President has to protect his own integrity, which is where the close supervision needs to come in. The kind of people that you appoint, do they work with you in the same direction in what you are going?” he questioned.

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