Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has said a collaborative Approach from government, and other key players in society, is what is needed to deal with the wider problem of systemic Corruption in Nigeria.
He disclosed this at a programme organised by the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption in Abuja
State House Correspondent, Mariah Olasehinde reports that the meeting, attended by representatives from government agencies and the
private sector, was called to discuss to deliberate on how a collaborative effort can be strengthened between all these players.
The Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption was established in 2015 as part of the President Bujari’s strategy to combat corruption in Nigeria.
Its Chairman believes that the sustained coordination among all key players in society, is key to winning the war against corruption .
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo acknowledged that the Buhari administration is still a long way from winning the fight against corruption but is convinced that it has made a lot of headway.
These captains of Government agencies speak on policies they have put in place in their agencies to eradicate Corruption