Saturday, 8 December 2012

Doyin Okupe rejects Nigeria’s ranking by Transparency Int’l

Written by Channels TV
President Goodluck Jonathan’s Senior Special Adviser on public affairs Dr Doyin Okupe
President Goodluck Jonathan’s Senior Special Adviser on public affairs Dr Doyin Okupe

Following the Transparency International’s recent report ranking Nigeria as the 35th most corrupt country, President Goodluck Jonathan’s Senior Special Adviser on public affairs Dr Doyin Okupe, has rejected the report.
The president aide at a media parley on Thursday argued that a wide range of institutional reforms  undertaken from the power sector, judiciary, electoral reforms and most recently the oil sector are clear demonstration of the administration’s fight against corruption.
He noted that the President’s will not to go on the streets to broadcast his effort, should not be interpreted to mean lack of political will, adding that the President is doing a great deal to fight the endemic corruption that his administration did not build.

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