Anglican Diocese of Maiduguri has thrown its weight behind President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight against corruption, but advised that there should be no sacred cows.
The Archbishop of Maiduguri Anglican Communion, Most Rev Emanuel Kanamani, disclosed this at the 2016 Synod in Maiduguri.
“Corruption is evil, ungodly and anti-social which must be rejected by any society”.
Kanamani urged Nigerians to be patient and support President Buhari to enable him deliver the dividends of democracy.
The cleric urged the government not to be selective in its anti-corruption crusade, adding that no group should be treated as sacred cows.
“I call on all Nigerians to give their support to the federal government headed by President Muhammadu Buhari. Government must continue the commendable legal efforts to thoroughly investigate the crimes of the past, transparently prosecute accused persons and hold the guilty accountable through the laws of the land.’’

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