Monday, 24 October 2016

Why I Won't Interfere In Anti-Corruption Fight - Goodluck Jonathan Clears The Air

Updated 25 October, 2016
Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan said he cannot speak on corruption because of the cases in the court.

He said his administration fought corruption without making it public Former president Goodluck Jonathan gave a speech at the Oxford Union of the University of Oxford today, October 24.

The ex-president spoke on several issues relating to youth empowerment and entrepreneurship. He also spoke about insecurity and corruption.

Speaking on corruption, Jonathan said he would not like to interfere with the legal processes being that several matters are pending in court.
According to him, his administration reformed the institutions and introduced various mechanisms to stop the corruption problems in the country without publicizing it.


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