Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday dismissed insinuations that the Buhari administration is witch hunting former President Goodluck Jonathan with the probe of the activities of some agencies.
On the contrary, he said the administration’s anti-corruption stance is designed to check corruption in all areas of the nation’s life.
“It’s not about a probe of a past government, that’s not what this is
about. We are talking about our future, we are saying that we must put in place a clear strategy going forward,” the vice president said at the funeral of Madam Elizabeth Adesola Mamora, mother of Senator Olorunmibe Mamora, at the First Baptist Church, Ijebu-Ife, Ogun State.
“Not just about ensuring that people are made to pay for looting the treasury, our system of justice must be fair to ensure that anybody who does anything that is wrong is brought to account. We can’t allow impunity to continue. So it’s not about the previous government, it’s about any form of impunity,” he stressed.
Vice President Osinbajo said the anti-corruption effort of the government is a genuine programme aimed at sanitizing the country.
In his sermon at the service, the head of the Baptist Church in Ogun State, Pastor Segun Jaiyesimi, challenged political leaders to make positive change while alive, especially when they are holding public office as there will be no opportunity to do so after death.
The ceremony drew a large crowd of friends, associates and relations from far and near including APC leader Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Chief Bisi Akande, Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State, former governors of Ogun, Otunba Gbenga Daniel and the immediate past governor of Rivers, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi.

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