Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists, NGIJ has urged President Muhammadu Buhari – led administration to be decisive, non partisan and follow rule of law in her fight against corruption.
This is contained in a statement made available to Journalists in Lagos and signed by the President of the Guild, Wale Abydeen.
Abydeen urged the anti-graft agencies to resist intimidation, partisanship, favouritism and nepotism in carrying out their constitutional responsibilities.
He enjoined the Anti-graft agencies to live above board to salvage socio-political and economic life of the country.
The President of the Guild noted that no nation prosper without a decisive fight against corruption. He added that for Nigeria to get to her promise-land fight against corruption must be sustained.
He thereby call on Nigerians to rise against the menace by providing information that would aid the duties of anti graft agencies.
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