Sunday, May 5, 2019

Methodist Church hails Buhari’s anti-corruption war

Methodist Church Nigeria has hailed the anti-corruption crusade of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

Speaking at the weekend at the 25th Synod of the Diocese of Lagos Mainland, held at the Hoare’s Memorial Methodist Cathedral, Yaba, Lagos, the Archbishop and Bishop of Lagos Mainland, the Most Rev. Obafemi Adeleye, said the Buhari government had done a lot to fight corruption.

He said: “The anti-corruption war of the Buhari administration is commendable with mixed feeling. It is clear to all and sundry that corruption is like a cancer in the life of Nigeria. Some of our past leaders, from the federal to the local government levels, are corrupt. The mixed feeling is that the anti-corruption crusade should not be one-sided. For the sake of posterity and integrity, President
Buhari should extend the war to his own camp and not only the opposition party.”

Archbishop Adeleye also said the worsening security situation following the increasing spate of bloodletting in some parts of the country was also of great concern.

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