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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

FG focusing more on loot recovery, instead of stopping corruption – Saraki


Senate President Bukola Saraki has asked the Federal Government to put more efforts in stopping corruption instead of loot recovery.

He gave the advice while featuring in News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Tuesday.

He said the current anti-corruption was only targeted towards recovery of stolen funds.

“You see, let us separate recovery from fight against corruption.

“We still believe that yes, recoveries are being done, but are we doing anything to actively stop corruption going on now?

“This recovery has gone out there; they are two separate issues – the focus I am seeing is recovery but corruption is still there; that is the area that we are focusing on as a senate.

“Anybody that brings a case about what is happening now, we will go in, look at those agencies and expose them.

“We want to continue to represent the people in that way,”



The Senate President said the senate already had a roadmap for the remaining two years of the 8th Assembly.

“Over the next two years, we will continue to focus on the economy to see how we can get the economy moving, how we can create jobs for the teeming youths that are unemployed.

“We will also give attention to improvement on health and education. Education is going to take a lot of attention in the next two years.

“We are going to be looking at the social sides, the issue of education and universal health coverage. That is something that we want to push.

“We will continue to support agriculture. We are looking at some bills that we can pass that will give some kind of stability; it is one of the concerns when people invest in agriculture.

“You know agriculture takes years; people are wondering that the Federal Government can reverse policies, so we are trying to see what laws can give some measure of security in the areas of investment.

“Much of what we are doing is in economy and intervention; we want the people to see, and if you are having problem anywhere, bring it to your senator. We want to be responding to the issues,” he said.




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