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George Uboh: Corruption has killed Buhari admin [video]


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The founder/CEO of Panic Alert Security System (PASS) and chairman of George Uboh Whistleblowers Network (GUWN), Dr. George Uboh has derided the much touted fight against corruption by the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

Dr. Uboh lamented that the President Buhari administration has collapsed under the weight of unprecedented corruption never witnessed in any previous government in the history of Nigeria.


He said this during a scheduled TV Interview held during a Zoom Meeting organised by ElombahNews on Saturday.

The programme titled “Buhari regime caught in a whirlwind of EFCC and NDDC corruption allegations” is part of a Zoom Meeting organised by ElombahNews.

During the interview, Uboh went down memory lane to recount the ordeal that bedevils the federal government’s anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)

He said that EFCC has turned out to become a sorry tale of embodiment of corruption.

The foremost Whistleblowers lamented that EFCC has failed woefully owing to the leadership of the Agency.

He recounted his struggle with EFCC since the days of previous chairmen, Nuhu Ribadu and Mrs. Farida Waziri.

George Uboh ran down the corrupt activities of the anti-graft agency up till the latest corruption case involving the suspended chairman, Ibrahim Magu.

He was then asked to rate the President Buhari government’s fight against corruption in summary on a scale of one to ten.

According to him, the current administration deserves kudos for the recognition given to whistleblowers via the Whistlebolwers Act.

He, however, said the present government rates a paltry three out of ten which is considered a failure in Nigeria’s educational sphere.

George Uboh said that the Buhari administration has failed to protect the whistleblowers it claimed to defend.

He cited his recent experience with the Nigeria Police for which he was incarcerated for a total of 101 days.

That was after he alleged that the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and his cronies embezzled the sum of $2.5 billion from federal government coffers.

The heist, he alleged, was perpetrated in conjunction with officials of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Watch the video of the interview with George Uboh below which was recorded live on YouTube:

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