- Debo Adeniran, the head of CACOL, says Nigeria remains riddled with challenges handed down by successive governments
- Adeniran thinks Nigerians must now see the war against corruption as a fight to be taken personal
- He warns the citizens to be mindful of those they elect into political offices in 2019
The executive chairman of the Centre for Anti-corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL), Debo Adeniran, has asked Nigerians to be very vigilant in the coming days as politicians come to them for their votes.
He however argued that even though President Muhammadu Buhari may not be the best, as claimed by some people, he had done enough within the last three years to warrant him being called a champion, especially in the area of the war against corruption. "The reason we are saying Buhari has been the best when it comes to the fight against corruption is because of what he did when he was in the military and what he is currently doing.