I saved Nigeria from corruption — Former President, Buhari, replies Adoke




Muhammadu Buhari, a former president, has bragged that his regime rid Nigeria of corruption.


Buhari claimed that his administration shielded Nigeria from undertones of corruption that were intended to cause the country's economy to crash.


In response to claims made against him by Mohammed Adoke, a former attorney general of the Federation and minister of justice, regarding Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), the Paris Club, and the Ajaokuta steel plant, he revealed this in a statement released by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu.


Buhari said the cases identified by Adoke originated from an administration that the former Attorney General was a member of.

He stressed that his administration inherited the contract and incidental judgement in the P&ID.

The statement reads partly: “The logical conclusion any reasonable person can draw on P&ID, Paris Club, and Ajaokuta is that President Buhari came on a rescue mission and effectively saved Nigeria from corrupt undertones that were planted to expose its economy to imminent collapse.

“The success of the Buhari administration in the fight against corruption is unprecedented”




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