A Civil Society organisation under the aegis of #IstandWithBuhari, has called on the federal government to ensure that all the persons indicted and found guilty in the ongoing anti corruption war are all sent to prison.
The group has also revealed plans to organise a 9 Million-Man March by the end of this month to further drive home the point.
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Addressing a press conference yesterday in Abuja, the Head, Media and Publicity of the group, Ibrahim Garba Wala, said that greater collaboration between the citizenry and government will result in greater trust and cooperation among parties for more implementation of government programmes.
The organisation believed that it became imminent to bring together a group of dedicated Nigerians from all works of life cutting across religious, ethnic and social backgrounds to champion a process where the populace takes steps towards ensuring that the change mantra is realised.
Wala said: “as a civil society organisation, we have deemed it imperative to articulate a project whose cardinal objective will be to always collaborate with government in areas of common interest, especially the current administration’s efforts in working to eliminate corruption in every facet of our national life, and the need to sensitise Nigerians on the values of good governance and selfless services based on democratic ethic and norms.”
The non-profit and non-partisan organisation further said that group was purely to support the administration polices especially the fight against corruption, hence it will, on March 31, march in order to entrench good governance for the benefit of Nigerians.
“it is also important to point out that we are a non-profit & non-partisan organisation, and our mandate remains purely to compliment and support this Administration in order to entrench good governance for the benefit of Nigeria and all Nigerians. We are not members of any existing political party in Nigeria, neither are we illegally funded by a political party, a politician or a Government agency. We depend purely on contributions by Nigerians, our members and patriotic stakeholders who believe in our mandate.
“It is in recognition of this that we have proclaimed 31st March, ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY, to give the opportunity to Nigerians to identify with this day globally, where we can boldly tell the world that we are tired of corruption in Nigeria.”
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