In his democracy day speech on Tuesday in Abuja, President Muhammadu Buhari said his administration was receiving accolades from the international community on the way his anti-corruption war was being carried out.
Although many Nigerians see the anti-graft war of the Buhari led administration as a selective fight which only goes after those in the opposition party leaving out those fingered to be involved in one form of corrupt practices or the other in the All Progressive Congress.
But the president said that in three years his international community has been in power, Nigerians and the international community have begun to applaud his policies and his administration’s determination to fight the menace.
“We are, more than ever before, determined to win this war, however hard the road is. I therefore appeal to all well-meaning Nigerians to continue to support us in this fight.
“Various policy measures already put in place to stem the tide of corrupt practices are yielding remarkable results,” he said.