President Muhammadu Buhari has said that one of the biggest corrupt Nigerians currently stays in Britain.
Buhari stated this in an interview with United Kingdom, UK, based, Daily Telegraph newspaper.
The president, currently on a five-day leave in the UK, fielded questions on a wide range of issues, including the abduction of Chibok girls, whereabouts of Boko Haram leader and the war against terror.
Buhari, while responding to questions on his administration’s war on corruption, stated that “one of the biggest suspects is in Britain now, although I am not going to name that person. But Britain has earned our respect in the way it deals with these matters. Our only problem is that it seems to be too thorough and it takes too much time. If there are obvious cases, like bank accounts, infrastructure houses and hotels, I would hope they could do it quicker, so that we can claim these things back promptly.”

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