Anti-Graft War: Legal practitioner seeks more compliance checks Reviewed by Momizat on . The damage on the Nigerian psyche with the continuous dashing of the hopes of the majority by the elites is very worrisome and portends no good for the country. The damage on the Nigerian psyche with the continuous dashing of the hopes of the majority by the elites is very worrisome and portends no good for the country. Rating:
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Anti-Graft War: Legal practitioner seeks more compliance checks

The damage on the Nigerian psyche with the continuous dashing of the hopes of the majority by the elites is very worrisome and portends no good for the country.

These are the thoughts of a legal practitioner, Mr George Etomi on the fallouts of the Farouk/Otedola bribery allegation.

Mr Etomi in an interview with our judiciary correspondent, Shola Soyele says more than ever there is a need to act swiftly & decisively against issues of corruption to avoid giving the impression that a political rather than a legal will is being applied.

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