APC Will Fight Corruption If It Emerges Victory In 2015-Oyegun By Hassan Galadima Abuja
The National Chairman of All Progressive Congress (A.P.C) Chief John Odigie Oyegun has assured Nigerians of the party readiness to fight corruption if voted into power in 2015 general election.
In a press briefing at Abuja he said the APC will execute a robust economic programme which will check corrupt practice in Nigeria.
Odigie Oyegun, added that corruption has destroyed our economy as he expressed the need for public and government to work together to fight corruption for our nation economy to move forward.
The Chairman said Nigerians are yearning for changes in the leadership of the country, for better ways of live and good development in the nation.
Odigie Oyegun, has expressed worry over the lack of prosecution of offenders in the subsidy scam where billions of naira was diverted into wrong channels therefore he call on government to take a serious action against the offenders of such act in order to show a lesson to others, as well as the same thing happening in the pension scandal where a lots of money was diverted into improper ways.
He added that all these negative activities will not move the nation economy forward and that is why All Progessive Congress (APC) is out to promote peace and progress of our nation economy, in order to provide jobs opportunities to teaming Nigerian youths and also fight corruption to a minimum level.
The Chairman assured Nigerians that All Progressive Congress (APC) will also thoroughly investigat any political office holders whose is found in corrupt practice , he added that APC is ready to restore sanity in any government activities in Nigeria.
He further stated that All Progressive Congress Administration will launch a vigorous campaign against corruption, the campaign will comprise short and long term components and that the APC Government will fight corruption within the rule of law and respect the fundamental right of all citizens.
The Chairman call on Nigerians to obtains their voters card and come out in mass to vote for All progressive Congress (APC) in the 2015 general election in Nigeria.