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Senate acting like it’s presiding on kindergartens –Sagay

Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN)

The Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Prof. Itse Sagay, in this interview with TUNDE AJAJA speaks on the ripples caused by the rejection of Ibrahim Magu as EFCC chairman and the anti-corruption fight of the Buhari administration

It is common knowledge that corruption has eaten deep into the Nigerian system, but given your vantage position, how easy or difficult has your job been?

It is extremely difficult. I didn’t know that our people were so steeped in corruption to the extent that I have now seen. More tragically, at a more senior level, that of some high profile people is not just being steeped in it, but they are even ready to do anything under the sun to defend it at any cost. That is what is more disturbing. They would move the earth to make sure the status quo is maintained and a few of them share the wealth of this country and allow millions to live in poverty and misery. Their determination is frightening. They have lawyers who live on the corrupt loot, by getting their shares of it as counsel and those ones are also engaged in defending these criminals at any cost. It is frightening.

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