The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) has told the Speaker, House of Representatives, Hon. Aminu Tambuwal to blame the legislators for the pervasive corruption in the country.
Tambuwal had, on Monday said that the body language of President Goodluck Jonathan did not indicate that he has the political will to stem corruption in the country.
The Speaker also decried President Jonathan’s penchant for setting up committees to probe corruption allegations and what he termed, “the culture of undue secrecy surrounding the operation of government.” Reacting to this statement, CACOL chairman, Comrade Debo Adeniran censured the Speaker, over his comment that President Jonathan has been encouraging corruption in the country and attributed the alarming rate of corruption proliferation in the country to, not only the executive, but also the legislative arm of the government. Continue reading “…No, lawmakers to blame, says CACOL”