A Presidential aspirant running under the Liberation Movement party, Kriz David, has said that restructuring won’t do anything for Nigeria, but rather equity should be the main focus
During an interview with journalists, David argued that the fair foundation was essential for any nation building and that if that is lacking then there are no structures that can truly stand on it
“People who talk about corruption in this country don’t even know what corruption means. Subverting due process in any institution is corruption and our act of inequality breeds this,” he said
“In this government, a lot of secret recruitment into government parastatals have happened but even those in charge of advising this government on corruption believe this is not corruption. When the right people don’t get the right jobs based on meritocracy, corruption is bound to abound.”
David also took out time to shade President Buhari and his current war on corruption, quipping that it currently lacked a sense of direction
“Even the fight against corruption currently on going in the country lacks methodology and they say corruption is fighting back. Fighting corruption without methodology is not only dangerous but deadly,” he said.
“To fight corruption, what I term the body, soul and spirit of corruption need to be dealt with. The spirit being inequality, the soul being weak systems and the body being stealing.”