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.
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)