SERAP supports EFCC investigation into former President Obasanjo’s administration

SERAP Nigeria known as Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project Nigeria has supported the investigation by EFCC into former president of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration.

SERAP disclosed this @SERAPNigeria that the body has welcomed the probe by EFCC over obasanjo’s administration during his tenure as Nigeria president.

The organization showed its support to EFCC for the probe.

“SERAP has the full support of Nigerians in its effort to hold high ranking public officials to account for grand corruption, and if consistently, fairly and diligently pursued, this probe would contribute to ending impunity for corruption.

“And to mobilizing and encouraging youth civic engagement in the anti-graft fight in the country.

“SERAP stands ready to work with EFCC in pursuing all allegations of grand corruption”.

The body lamented that Impunity in corruption will rise if those alleged top and government officials go unpunished.

EFCC alleged Former president for $16 billion power project Squandering.

However, some top public officers have been alleged for involvement in the power project corruption.

SERAP Nigeria said that the probe is what Nigerians are expecting for long.

The body also lamented that the citizens have been denied of justice and opportunity of knowing the facts concerning corruption in electricity sector.

SERAP urged EFCC to arrest any suspicious personalities who are involved in the scam. Especially the alleged squandering of total of N11 trillion in the power sector between 1999 and 2015.

SERAP has reportedly petitioned former Chief of Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen to take absolute investigation over the alleged squandering of $16 billion.

And other unresolved case of missing $12 billion oil windfall between 1988 and 1993 during administration of former Head of state, General Ibrahim Babangida.

Even in April 2017, the body also sent an open letter to President Buhari to take the indicted officials to international criminal courts for total judgment.

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