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Reps Members Are ‘corrupt Grandchildren’ Of ‘corrupt’ Obasanjo – CACOL

A civil society group, the Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders, CACOL, has stated that it is hypocritical for former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, to label any government, institutions, agencies, individuals as corrupt in view of the unresolved and lingering suspected acts of corruption perpetrated by the former leader. Obasanjo had while delivering a public lecture on Wednesday, stated that the “National Assembly stinks and stinks to high heavens. It needs to be purged,” adding that the parliament operates a cabal “worse than any cabal that anybody may find anywhere in our national governance system at any time.” The House of Representatives responded yesterday by stating that Obasanjo has no moral authority to talk about corruption, accusing him of being the grandfather of corruption in the country, who introduced corruption to the National Assembly on its first day in 1999. But CACOL, in a statement issued by its Media Coordinator, Wale


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