- October 6, 2017
- Posted by: Godwin Elijah
- Category: National News
Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has accused the Civil Society Organisations-CSOs of not doing enough to fight corruption.
Osinbajo, who made the accusation at a meeting with members of various CSOs, called for more support in the Federal Government’s anti-corruption drive.
The Vice President believes the fight against corruption is not the responsibility of the government alone, but other stakeholders including the civil society groups and the citizens and added that amid the calls for the restructuring of the country, nothing would be achieved if corruption was not tackled to the barest minimum.
He further assured the activists that efforts are on by the government to reveal the amount of looted funds recovered so far.
Other issues discussed at the dialogue session with the vice president include rights violations, government promises on developmental issues, and the economy among others.