Anti Corruption Probe: Nigeria’s Govs Rush to Declare Their Assets …

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Nigeria’s 36 state governors have rushed to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) to declare their assets, The Nation reports.

None of the governors chose to make the list of assets public.

The probe of the declared assets might take some months to complete and the CCB is expecting all the governors to close down their foreign accounts.

“From our compilation so far, all the governors have declared their assets. This is the first time we are experiencing full compliance by the governors because of the anti-corruption policy of President Muhammadu Buhari,” an official of the agency says.

“In spite of the fact that the law allows the governors to declare their assets within three months, they have all rushed to fulfil this constitutional obligation.

“I think they were all responding to the spur of the moment on anti-graft war. We are happy that the governors have emulated the President and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.”

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