Olusegun Ariyo

If Anti-graft war must be taken seriously, Plea Bargain must be expunged from EFCC Act As Corruption has dealt with us in this country severely”

This was the submission of the All Progressive Congress Chairman in Taraba state, Ibrahim Elsudi

Explaining further in an interview with journalists in his office in Jalingo, he said plea bargaining as enshrined in the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Act is encouraging corruption in Nigeria.

 “The anti-graft war must be taken very seriously because corruption has dealt with this country.

“In my view, corrupt leaders are even deadlier than terrorists and other criminal elements terrorising the people.

They are responsible for millions of deaths due to the poor health sector, bad roads, hunger, and just about every other decayed section of our society.

Even the insecurity we are talking
about now is partly a consequence of their actions or inactions.

“For me, I think it is very important for the National Assembly to amend the EFCC Act and remove the plea bargain from its books so that those who have denied the people of their patrimony for so long will face the full wrath of the law.”

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