Buhari’s anti-graft war selective, says AU consultant

A diplomat and consultant with the African Union, Dr Babafemi Badejo, has alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari lacks the political will to fight corruption, despite his touted anti-corruption posture. According to Badejo, under the Buhari administration, Nigeria’s main anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, has been de-institutionalised. The diplomat said the Buhari anti-corruption fight was manifestly selective, citing the case of former governor Danjuma Goje, against whom the government dropped N5bn fraud charges. Badejo spoke at an international conference to commemorate the Second African Union Anti-Corruption Year, according to a statement. The conference, which held in Abuja, was

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