A former Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Dr. Maitama Sule, has called on Nigerians to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s war against corruption.‎

Sule made the call on Thursday during the unveiling of NIPOST Anti-Corruption stamps at the Coronation Hall, Kano.‎‎

He ‎said that the anti-graft crusade launched by the present administration should be seen as a collective aspiration by all Nigerians and not necessarily Buhari’s individual struggle.

“The fight against corruption is a collective one. We are grateful to have a courageous president who said enough is enough,” Sule noted.‎

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The one-time UN envoy expressed the hope that the Buhari administration would change Nigeria’s battered image abroad and curb corruption.‎‎

He also ‎expressed confidence in Buhari’s administration to improve the fortunes of Nigeria.

The elder statesman‎ commended NIPOST for undertaking the task to create more awareness in the anti-corruption crusade.

‎He also urged leaders at all levels of government to make sacrifice and work in one accord to turn around the economic fortunes of the country. (NAN)