Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Does this make it official?

And if official, does the president's declaration indicate new policies or actions?

Corruption, Worst of All Nigeria's Problems - Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari… said corruption was the "very worst" of all the problems facing Nigeria.
The President said the ruling political party, All Progressives Congress, had identified three major challenges facing the nation as insecurity, poor economy, and corruption, noting that corruption was the most debilitating of all the ills.

"Nobody disputed the fact that they were the major problems of Nigeria, and we campaigned on those three planks. As a government, we believe you cannot administer a country you have not secured, so we focused on security.

"The economy is also down, therefore, we are not sparing any effort to revive and diversify it, so that our people, particularly the youths, can get jobs. The third problem, and the worst of them all, is corruption," the President declared…

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