We Will Continue To Talk About Last Government’s Corruption - Osinbajo
Nigerians hoping to see an end to the blame of the past administration of Goodluck Jonathan for the nation's woes, may have to change their thinking.
This is because the administration of Muhammadu Buhari will not end talks about corrupt practices in the previous administration.
It is a position that the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, re-emphasised at the Bola Tinubu Colloquium held in Eko Hotel and Suite to mark his 66th birthday.
In his speech at the occasion, the Vice President insisted that 100 billion Naira was withdrawn by past government shortly before the general elections.
Former President Jonathan has dismissed that claim.
According to the Vice President, Nigerians were suffering from the consequences of the corruption of the past government.
"Buhari administration has fought corruption and will continue to do so," he added.
"We will talk about grand corruption, he said, insisting that Nigeria will never takes such road (of corruption) again.
Professor Osinbajo further reeled out the achievements of the administration which include the social investment programme, investments in agriculture and the school feeding programme.
He said the current administration had invested in agriculture to create jobs in the intereme for young Nigerians.
It is the 10th edition of the Tinubu Colloquium focused on Investing in People, but most participants at the gathering expected to be impacted but focus remained on the Social Investments Programme of the Buhari administration, which the government said almost eight million persons have benefited from.