A coalition of civil society organizations (CSOs) working on anti-corruption yesterday in Abuja insisted on the implementation of the House of Representatives report on subsidy regime, saying the report should not be undermined by the bribery controversies.
Executive Director of Civil Society Legislative and Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), Auwal Musa Rafsanjani, who spoke on behalf of the coalition, called on President Goodluck Jonathan to act on the report.
He said: "The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) should initiate criminal proceedings in a court of law against all those that have been indicated by the report."
Rafsanjani also requested the president to declare his assets to reassure Nigerians that he is committed to winning the fight against corruption.
"We are worried with the rising profile of official corruption in Nigeria under this administration," he said.