Survivor  fund Youth Investment Fund Portal INEC Recruitment 2020 of Ad-hoc Staff
Connect with us

Local News

I Will Grant Corrupt Persons State Pardon Only If They Surrender Loot – Atiku

Published

on

The presidential flagbearer of the People’s Democratic Party and former nigerian vice chairman, Atiku Abubakar mentioned he would grant state pardon to deprave public officers provided that they’re keen to give up their loot.

Speaking as a co-guest along with his operating mate, Peter Obi on Wednesday on the city corridor debate “The Candidate” anchored by ace journalist, Kadaria Ahmed, Mr Abubakar mentioned he would draw a line with which former corrupt civil servants can return their loot with out dealing with prosecution when ultimately he’s voted into energy.

According to Atiku Abubakar, measures could be put in place to checkmate, stop and battle corruption to a standstill as it’s prudent and extra economical to permit the looters return the property tax free after which reinvest to spice up the nations financial system.

READ ALSO  Easter: Mike Etaba tasks 9Th House Progressive on unity, togetherness

Having a special opinion, the host Kadaria Ahmed cautioned him that it might make the nation morally problematic being that he (Atiku) had had collection of allegations on corruption since leaving workplace as vice chairman in 2007.

“If you are to go and be prosecuting these people, you will still be prosecuting them and would not get the money,” Mr Abubakar mentioned.

He additionally added {that a} related scheme throughout previous regime yielded over $four billion.

“Whether it is moral rectitude that you want to achieve or you want to see a fast development of your country,” Mr Abubakar requested rhetorically.

Mr Peter Obi who additionally added his voice mentioned it was higher to get well the loot from corrupt public officers than permit them hold the plunder simply by defecting to a different political social gathering as is the case with President Muhammadu Buhari, who has been accused severally of tolerating corruption amongst his political associates, shielding them from corruption whereas going after opposition members and victimizing them.

READ ALSO  How To Develop a Positive Attitude Towards Life And 20 Simple Ways To Be Positive Everyday.

 




Ads

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.