Reno Omokri says EFCC has not arrested politicians who’ve publicly admitted to paying delegates.



In the early hours of right now, Reno Omokri, a human rights activist and best-selling creator, made a tweet on his official Twitter take care of that talks about how the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has not arrested politicians who publicly admitted to paying delegates at their major elections.

In his tweet, the earlier explicit assistant to the earlier president of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele, wrote, “Many politicians, whether they prevailed or failed in their primaries, have come clean about having paid delegates.” Even one in every of them has not been detained by the EFCC. To frighten landlords with a 15-year jail sentence for renting to accused yahoo guys, they’ve abandoned the work they’d been alleged to undertake.

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The tweet elements us to the reality that some politicians publicly admitted that they paid delegates to vote for them throughout the primaries and that the EFCC must haven’t lower than carried out an investigation into what occurred because of vote-buying simply isn’t approved and the spirit of democracy doesn’t help this.



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