An Aba-based industrialist, Chief Emeka Diwe has said that the major problem inhibiting the country’s development is corruption.
He therefore called on the President elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari to fulfill his promise of tackling corruption and shun calls for the removal of fuel subsidy.
The industrialist, in a chat with Nigerian Pilot, said the removal of fuel subsidy will bring serious hardship to less privileged Nigerians, added that the major problem inhibiting the country’s development is corruption.
“Fuel subsidy is not our problem. There is a danger in this call for the removal of fuel subsidy because it is going to negatively affect the masses. Corruption is the only factor militating against the working of our refineries, the welfare of the common man and the capacity to address the poor state of infrastructure in Nigeria.
“The removal of subsidy will only create a negative impact on the lives of the people. I advocate for a better management of Nigeria’s wealth. The only way to do this is by tackling corruption even if Nigeria remove fuel subsidy for 100 times, the country will still be turning round and round without making any headway in its bid to address the so called critical sectors,” he said.
He lamented that corruption has brought disaster to governance in Nigeria.


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