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We shall continue to arrest those that stole the nation’s money – Osinbajo informs critics of Buhari govt

We shall continue to arrest those that stole the nation’s cash – Osinbajo read

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has declared that critics of the Muhammadu Buhari administration, whom he describes as being corrupt, want to come back to power so they will still perpetuate their corrupt acts. He made the comments at the inauguration of small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME) Clinic in Akure, the Ondo state capital, Vanguard reports

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Our source gathers that Osinbajo said tho’ the current administration had access to less money than its predecessor, it’s been ready to do a lot of for Nigerians.

He stated: “The corruption is desperately fighting back so that they can come back to power. God will make it impossible. “We had access to lesser money than the previous administration but what we have been able to do far more than what they did.

We are able to achieve this because we are spending what we have for the people. “They promised Lagos-Kano rail line, they did not do it. We earn lesser than they had, we are doing it. Look at Lagos-Ibadan rail line, they had much money, they did not do it; we are doing it. Look at Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, we are doing it.

“We shall continue to arrest those who stole the nation’s money. They said we have not been able to convict anybody, we are not bothered, we shall continue to arrest and prosecute them. Let the case remain in court.” The VP added: “We will continue to put them on trial even if court has not put them into jail.”

In a connected development, antecedently reported that vice chairman Yemi Osinbajo said that any Nigerian UN agency steals the nation’s cash are in remission, prosecuted and imprisoned.

Osinbajo said the statement whereas respondent question from pupils of LEA Nursery and first faculty life-camp at the planet Book and Copyright Day unionized by Rainbow Book club in conjunction with United Nations agency, in Abuja, on Monday, April 23.

“Those  are corrupt, firstl we have a tendency to arrest them, we have a tendency to strive them within the court and that we place them in jail,” he said.

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