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Buhari worried over delay of corruption cases

By Channels TV
19 Jul 2016   |   6:30 am   |   2m 29s


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  • vincentumenyiora

    You’ll think that my comment about this topic will raise eyebrows across the land that is hasn’t yet, therefore signifies the degree of naivety and seriousness about measures to fight the crime in Nigeria about the crime! I mean my citation of Ghana and all one expects could have raised concerns as to whether Vincent is telling the truth or not, which in fact is part beginning of that wisdom talked about and could have prompted your ‘Disqus’ critics! Even the most recent correspondence of 4th June 2015 you think’ll be a thing of worry to the (SGF) goes to confirm my observation of – labari de kwu ageli Nijeria kaman an zuba luwa akayi dogon dutse! Meaning talk with Nigeria officials is like attempt to pour water on top of an igneous rock like – Zuma Rock! It is not surprising though after all Ghana tried the Option -4 i 2004 and again perfected the application in 2008 such that they don’t have Tribunal cases in the country as you do after each elections and for their corruption, why not ask somebody in Ghana to tell you what they do about culprits whilst you carry on in Nigeria talking about corruption almost every day of the year and nothing is being done to stop it like that ailment I talked about afflicting people – the measures must include how to stop it otherwise you are just beating about the bushes and we have a lot of it in Nigeria! Send replies or acknowledgement (every government does this as part to avoid corruption) to correspondences and get a follow up, which can help you more in solving your problems but you don’t, so that the source will not be tracked and you remain in the doldrums all the time the problems not solved because you’re trying to manage an idea, which is not yours!

    I have just been told that in most of the cases President Buhari is not shown your correspondences which are usually in two categories – the one from Nigerians and the other from Europeans and Companies! That they do selective beading to those from Nigerians where they like you and you are one of them then you stand the chance of your subject matter being discussed otherwise they take such ideas, like I have complained about my 4th June 2015 letter, and turn it in to be their ideas and as such you will never hear from them! This is too bad because it does not tell good of the administration (plagiarism)if you should open up and go public to report what is happening in the government and behold (to crown it) you are talking about corruption!

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