Nigerians began protest marches at Abuja, Unity fountain and other locations around the country to ensure the new government remained committed to its war against corruption and was unobstructed by lobbyng elite or other political and cabal interests.
Of recent an Abdulsalami so-called “peace” committee had been accessing the president to attempt to halt the decision to thoroughly investigate the immediate former government. Buhari has promised that no looter will be left behind.
The Presidency sent media and spokesmen Garba Shehu and Femi Adesina to assure the crowd of Nigeria’s commitment to the war to sanitize the country.
“PMB said I should express his appreciation on this solidarity march against corruption,” Femi Adesina said. “Anybody that has been found to have stolen the nation’s resources will be brought to justice”
Protests kickoff in Kaduna, Murtala square, Wednesday and Lagos, Gani Fawehinmi square Saturday, also at other places.
— The AnalystsNG (@TheAnalystsNG) August 17, 2015
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