30 January 2013
Nigeria: Atiku Calls for Stiffer Anti-Corruption Laws
By Chuks Okocha
Ripples from the light jail term given to the former Director of Police Pensions, John Yukubu Yusufu continue as former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has called on the Federal Government and National Assembly to make anti-corruption laws stiffer to serve the purpose of deterrence against white-collar criminals in the country.
Atiku, who was reacting to the public outrage that greeted the two-year sentence passed on a pension crime convict, the former Vice President explained that the issue brought to light the major defects of anti-corruption laws.
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