Brilliant Vice- President Osinbajo Explains Why It Is Necessary To Prosecute Corrupt Office Holders

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Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, said on
Thursday that the battle against corruption by the present administration had
no ethnic agenda.
He said this when traditional rulers of the Yoruba
extraction in Northern Nigeria and Abuja paid him a courtesy visit at the state
House.
According to him, there is no country in the world that had
become great through corruption, adding that corruption always fought back when
being battled.

He said Nigerians should discard such notions and embrace
the virtue that a corrupt person should be made to account for his misdeeds.
“You hear people saying that the reason that man is being
tried for corruption is because he is Yoruba, he is from the North, and he is
from South South.
“We must not encourage those kinds of ideas. If a person
steals, he ought to be punished and made to return what he has stolen because
the money does not belong to him.
“The money is what is to be used for the training of our
young people, who are in school or hospital and for the building of roads,” he
said.
According to Osinbajo, nobody has the right to pocket public
money, adding that if that is allowed, it will destroy the future which belongs
to the children.
The Vice President said the Yoruba believe in the unity of
the country and that anywhere they reside is home .
He said the president had committed the country to the
pathway of integrity and that there was need for each person to stand up for
the truth and justice.
He reminded people of the culture that anyone who stole in
his land was ostracized and used as an example.
“There is no family in Yoruba land that allows thieves. If
you are a thief, we will expose you. We should support the effort of the
administration to fight corruption,” he said.
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