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Are we truly fighting Corruption ? – By Ekemode Damilare Seun




Welcome to this section ,which reveals the hidden secret behind corruption in Nigeria .Let me start by introducing myself am Ekemode Damilare  Seun( Blogger,Content Developer, Trader, Historian ).

My reason of bringing up an idea like this Is to reveal the real looters in Nigeria. Are we truly fighting corruption sha !! My Fellow Nigerians are we truly fighting corruption, Some of us keep shouting corruption why we don’t know the meaning of corruption, Is Buhari really fighting corruption, Is the President not even corrupt, All his cabinet are they not corrupt and finally if we want to fight corrupt what is the way out.

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What is Corruption?

This is one of the best definition of corruption – Corruption is a form of dishonesty undertaken by a person entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire personal benefit. Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries. Political corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for personal gain. Corruption is most commonplace in kleptocracies, oligarchies, narco-states and mafia states.


Scales of corruption

Stephen D. Morris, a professor of politics, writes that political corruption is the illegitimate use of public power to benefit a private interest. Economist Ian Senior defines corruption as an action to (a) secretly provide (b) a good or a service to a third party (c) so that he or she can influence certain actions which (d) benefit the corrupt, a third party, or both (e) in which the corrupt agent has authority. Daniel Kaufmann,[6] from the World Bank, extends the concept to include ‘legal corruption’ in which power is abused within the confines of the law—as those with power often have the ability to make laws for their protection. The effect of corruption in infrastructure is to increase costs and construction time, lower the quality and decrease the benefit.[7]

The unicist ontological approach defines that corruption allows individuals to profit from the environment through illegitimate actions while they disintegrate the system they are part of. [8]

Corruption can occur on different scales. Corruption ranges from small favors between a small number of people (petty corruption),[9] to corruption that affects the government on a large scale (grand corruption), and corruption that is so prevalent that it is part of the everyday structure of society, including corruption as one of the symptoms of organized crime.

Increasingly, a number of indicators and tools have been developed which can measure different forms of corruption with increasing accuracy

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Corruption! Corruption! Corruption have brought about poverty in Nigeria,70% of Nigerians are leaving well.  Our Leaders are very corrupt, who will tell him that he/she is not corrupt in respective who you are. 99% of Nigerians are corrupt ,How? ,


Do you know that even President Buhari is corrupt, Everyone at the national assembly is corrupt, All Governors both past and present, All Commissioners are all Corrupt, Even the bank managers are corrupt, the Arm forces are all corrupt, Even the police men are corrupt, immigration officers are corrupt, labour congress corrupt, census board corrupt, trade union corrupt, Efcc corrupt, Jamb Corrupt, All Tertiary institutions corrupt both private and public, lawyers corrupt, lecturers corrupt, pastors corrupt ,bishops corrupt, Alfas corrupt, Imams corrupt and many more. So how can you fight corruption in Nigeria when everybody are corrupted. If  anyone wants to fight corruption let him/her start from his/her home.If buhari is not corrupt what job exactly is Yusuf buhari doing that is having access to millions of Naira.

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What is the reason why buhari cant fight corruption?

At this point I will reveal the hidden secret that was made by some of the  Elders in our communities after having a chat with him last night. If you have forgotten Nigerians what happened in 1976 during the Military Regime of General Olusegun Obasanjo appointed Buhari has Federal Commissioner for Petroleum and Natural Resources which now later turn into NNPC in 1977,Buhari was the first Chairman of Petroleum and Natural Resources i.e first NNPC Chairman until 1978 but…… something happened between 1976 -1978 2.8 billion Dollars got missing in the account of NNPC in Mainland Bank in UK , immediately General Olusegun Obasanjo appointed a committee which Dr Olusola Saraki was the head, after three years of searching it was later found in that same Mainland Bank in Uk which buhar transferred to his own personal account. Obasanjo couldn’t do anything to Buhari at that time. After that year Obasanjo handed over power to  Shagari in October 1st 1979.


[PHOTO]1976: Obasanjo Swears in Buhari as Federal Commissioner (Minister of Petroleum)

After General Election Shagari won for 2nd term in Office was later rigged at the end by the military government, later Buhari took over the government forcefully from Shagari why because so that Buhari  looted and stolen funds would not be disclosed by NNPC and also that he can deal with those that don’t obey him. With this Is Buhari Clean. If you can go back into history about the N.T.A journalist that was forcefully sacked from work just because during an interview with Buhari on N.T.A he mentioned about the the Buhari looted 1976 fund ,can you believe immediately after that interview she was sacked but later compensated her with some money. During Abacha regime , buhari   was appointed Chairman of Petroleum Trust Fund can you believe that another 2.5 billions Dollars was missing , Buhari is desperate. Right now in Nigeria he has achieved his goal by turning the PTF Accounts to one account








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