Buhari fit extend whistle-blowing policy enter people wey dey get illegal weapons
President Muhammadu Buhari don dey look suggestions sey make dem extend the whistle-blowing policy to politicians and public figures wey get illegal weapon.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President ontop Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, tell State House reporters yesterday say this one go target people wey dey keep bad weapons to take cause violence and to take threaten people wey dey get one kain political motives.
“Yes, it is true; the Presidency has received suggestions that call for the whistle blower policy to be extended to the possession of illegal weapons by powerful individuals in the country. The government will look at all that and make a pronouncement. Nigerians would be encouraged to expose the presence of illegal weapons in the homes of powerful politicians and other public figures, who may use those deadly arms for sinister political agenda.”
Shehu quote Buhari as he dey thank Nigerians for their support sey the money wey dem see through the whistle-blowers dem go apply am to citizen welfare, sey no country fit make progress if corruption dey there.
He talk say the president don start effort to take straighten the whistle-blowing policy as war against corruption for Naija don dey dey successful now.
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