Ben Bruce Mocks Buhari For Promising To Help Ghana Fight Corruption

Alicia Farmer
March 10, 2018

President Muhamadu Buhari of Nigeria and Ghana's Akufo-Addo.

The PDP said that rather than offering such an offer, President Buhari should have to look into his administration that is reeking with corruption.

At the Independence Square in Accra, troops drawn from the various security services as well as a unit of schoolchildren took part in a national anniversary parade to mark the day, which was also graced by the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and thousands of Ghanaians.

In the same vein, Ologbondiyan said that he hoped that President Buhari noted that unlike his Ghanaian counterpart, who initiated development projects and opened factories, in Nigeria under his watch, many factories had shut down and infrastructures collapsing.

Formerly known as the Gold Coast, Ghana was the first Sub-Saharan African country to become independent on the back of Ghana's first President and his Pan-African ethos, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. A statement by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesin shows that President Buhari will use the event to reaffirm the long-standing warm relations between the peoples and governments of both nations.

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Similarly, others in the delegation of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki include his, Chief Whip of the Senate, Professor Olusola Adeyeye, Deputy Chief Whip, Senator Francis Ailimikhena and Deputy Senate Leader, Senator Bala Bin Na'Allah was hosted by the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Ambassador Olufemi Abikoye.

The business mogul stressed that Buhari has made Nigeria a laughing stock among nations.

He added, "Today, the world knows that what obtains in Nigeria is the direct persecution of opposition members under the guise of a fight against corruption, which has been aided by intimidation of the judiciary and incessant harassment of journalists".

On the forthcoming elections, they said: "We know that the Presidency sought to use the Ghana visit to curry global endorsement for their 2019 re-election bid". Transparency International says corruption has increased in Nigeria under Buhari!

"We want to urge Mr President to be wary of turning Nigeria into a joke in the global arena, especially as the world knows what is obtainable in his government".

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