Buhari’s Anti-Corruption War ‘Remains A Tip Of An Iceberg,’ Says Falana
Foremost Nigeria’s Human Rights Lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana, has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption war as one which is yet to be effective.
Speaking on ‘Restructuring, Pros and Cons: The place of the Nigerian youth,” at the 78th International Students Day, organised by the Ogun State Government in Abeokuta, the state capital, Falana argued that the fight against corruption embarked upon by the federal government “remains a tip of an iceberg.”
He stated: “I am sure you are following the anti-corruption war being prosecuted by the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration. Men and women are involved, Christians and Muslims are involved and those who believe in traditional religions are involved.
“The point I am making is that if our looters are not divided on the table of ethnicity, nothing will happen. The government still lacks the political will. The war now is just a tip of the real iceberg; there are still money to be recovered.”