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This Is What President Buhari Must Do To Convince Nigerians About His Anti-Graft War

Yusuf Maitama Sule
Yusuf Maitama Sule

President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to do more than his anti-graft war in order to salvage the present situation of Nigeria and convince the citizens, Daily Post reports.

This was the submission Maitama Sule, a former federal commissioner of Public Complaints who has observed that Nigerians are expecting more from Buhari than they got from his government while he was a military Head of State from 1983 to 1985.

Sule, who was in active service in 1976, counseled President Buhari that his current anti-corruption war must be seen to be yielding positive impacts because Nigerians have high hopes in his administration.

The former commissioner who made this disclosure at the 8th annual forum of the laureates of the Nigerian National Order of Merit on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 in Abuja said: "When Buhari was the military Head of State, he was able to do three or four things. He was able instill discipline in the society.

"He was able to fight corruption, among other things. But this time around, we expect Muhammadu Buhari to do more than that. He did it before; he can do it now and even more."

He added also that, "If anything goes wrong, it is the leadership. If our leaders are corrupt, if they are immodest or indisciplined, so will their followers be. But I have hope. With the present administration, I am beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel."

While also advocating the emergence of a ministry of national guidance, Sule informed that responsibility of the ministry would be to ensure all necessary reorientation programmes for Nigerians, educate local and international citizens on the customs and traditions in the country and project the nation's image in the best light globally.

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