President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the ongoing war against corruption by his administration is not to embarrass or humiliate anybody.
At a meeting with the Council of Abuja Imams at the State House yesterday , the president requested religious leaders throughout the country “to keep calming the people”.
He said that the leadership at various levels is trying to solve problems of poverty, unemployment and insecurity facing the country.” On the anti corruption war, the president, according to a statement by his senior special assistant, media, Garba Shehu, said his government would remain resolute and relentless.
“We have no plan to humiliate or embarrass anyone through these actions. We are merely interested in instituting justice and fairness for all,” the president assured.
He however, reiterated that whoever was caught as having stolen from the public would be forced to return the loot to the treasury.
President Buhari said the government chose to give priority to agriculture so as to create jobs for unemployed citizens and give the country food security.