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SAVE NIGERIA: KEEP RIBADU, CORRUPTION MUST GO!

139 Signatures Goal: 250

TO PRESIDENT UMARU MUSA YAR\' ADUA. THE WORLD IS WATCHING. SAVE NIGERIA. DO NOT DEFEND A BROKEN SYSTEM! STAND FOR PRINCIPLES. REJECT NIGERIA\'S DECADES OF SHAMEFUL CULTURE OF CORRUPTION. REACH FOR HIGHER GROUND. THIS IS NOT JUST ABOUT ONE MAN. KEEP RIBADU AND SAVE AN INSTITUTION (EFCC)! FROM NIGERIANS AT HOME AND ALL OVER THE WORLD. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Please, continue to e-mail this url to people who are willing to speak out. Thanks!) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nigerian authorities have announced plans to remove the country\'s top investigator just weeks after he began prosecuting the biggest corruption trial since independence. Nuhu Ribadu, chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, is regarded as a hero by many Nigerians for putting once untouchable politicians behind bars. The chief of police said on Thursday that Mr Ribadu, a police officer, was to be sent on a year-long training course at a policy institute, in effect removing him from control of the EFCC. Matthew Green, London FINANCIAL TIMES ------------------------------------------------ "At every opportunity, we have stressed the obvious but ignored fact that the liberalization of political space is contingent upon the moral cleansing of such space. Thus the need to identify and contain â

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  • 7 years ago
    Patience Akhimien United States
    7 years ago
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    Olabisi Lateef Ogunlayi United States
    7 years ago
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    kehinde uthman Nigeria
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    Tunde Coker United States
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    Nike Olafimihan Europe
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    TUNDE ODUSANYA Ireland
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    emmanuel Nigeria
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    Tony Ugwu United Kingdom
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    ola ibikunle Ireland
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    okenna nnamchi United Kingdom
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    Akintunde Oyebode Nigeria
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    bunmi ogunshakin United Kingdom
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    albert lakanu United Kingdom
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    Dr. Otive Igbuzor Nigeria
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    Ahmed yesufu United Kingdom
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