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Thursday, 28 May 2015

"You Must Punish Corrupt Nigerians"-Redeemed Elders Tell Buhari

The National Council of Elders of the Redeemed Christian Church of God-RCCG has called on the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to punish all acts of corruption in the country, noting that the peaceful atmosphere in the country after the 2015 elections was the outcome of sustained prayers. The elders stated this at a press conference in Gbagada on the 14th annual elder’s congress holding at the Redemption Camp on Friday and Saturday. It was chaired by the Chairman of RCCG National Council of Elders, Pastor Israel Abatan. Speaking at the press conference, the Publicity Secretary of the council, Pastor Ayodeji Olulani, said if the President-elect and the Vice President-elect, Prof. Oluyemi Osinbajo wished to succeed in the next four years, there must be consequences for all acts of corruption. He said: “There must be consequences for all categories of corruption; either those involved in drug trafficking or engaged in armed robbery. Corruption is corruption. Contractors who build substandard roads or bridges should face the full consequences of their actions.” The council also called on Nigerians to stop glorifying criminals and corrupt leaders. “We should question the corrupt leaders and reject their ill-gotten wealth to re-establish the country’s moral value,” he added. Also speaking, the council’s Vice Chairman, Obadiah Mulero, expressed concerns at the scale of corrupt practices in the country’s political system. He said, “Our leaders must demonstrate strong will and readiness to serve common and popular interests above selfish and parochial interests. The mechanisms for checks and balances should be strengthened to promote justice and fairness.”

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