solutionfans.com had reported that Okechukwu said, rather than plug the loopholes that allowed for corruption, Jonathan opened them up further.
Jonathan debunked claims that his government was corrupt. Source: TwitterOkechukwu also said Jonathan and the PDP“railroaded” Nigerians into “abject poverty, food insecurity and deficit infrastructure” via“planlessness and squandermania.”
Part of the statement read: “It may surprise Mr Okechukwu and his boss to know that the last time Nigeria made progress on Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index was in 2014 under former President Jonathan when we moved eight places from number 144 to number 136.
“That year marked the most improvement Nigeria has ever made since Transparency International began publishing the annual Corruption Perception Index in 1995.
“Transparency International took note of the Jonathan administration’s e-wallet system that cut out the corruption in Nigeria’s fertilizer procurement system, the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) which weeded out 50,000 ghost workers from the federal civil service, the cashless policy and the fact that the Jonathan government promptly fired two ministers (Professor Barth Nnaji and Stella Oduah) mentioned in corruption scandals.
“Ever since 2014, Nigeria HAS NOT improved in Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index ranking and has remained 136 in 2015 and are still 136 on the latest CPI ranking released in 2017.
“If it were true that the Buhari administration was really fighting corruption, why hasn’t Nigeria made progress in the CPI?
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