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  • Stakeholders canvasse grassroot support for FG’s anti-corruption crusade
  • The National Anti-corruption Volunteer Corps
    (NAVC) in Omu-Aran, Kwara has called on
    community leaders to support the Federal
    Government’s anti-corruption crusade.
    Mr Olushola Babalola, the Corps Coordinator for
    Kwara South Senatorial District made the call
    during a stakeholders’ meeting in Omu-Aran,
    Irepodun Local Government Area on Wednesday.
    Olushola said such support had become
    imperative in order to reduce corruption related
    offences, especially at the grassroots.
    The NAVC boss expressed the need to create
    the necessary awareness among the people on
    the anti-corruption crusade to make it all
    encompassing in achieving the desired
    objective.
    “Fighting corruption and other related practices
    is not limited to financial transaction and
    dealings.
    “Betrayal of trust and non-commitment to terms
    of agreement on contracts, investment and
    businesses are parts of fraudulent practices.
    “Even traders or filling station attendants who
    engage in sharp practices in the cause of their
    operations are liable to corruption.
    “That is why everybody, be it community
    leaders, religious leaders, transport union as
    well as market executive must be involved and
    have specific role in this regard,” he said.
    Babalola said the organisation had embarked on
    an awareness tour to schools, religious places
    and markets in order to educate the people on
    the dangers inherent in corruption and other
    illicit acts.
    Mrs Moradeyo Ajiboye, the Coordinator of the
    National Council for Women Societies (NCWS)
    charged women to always live above board as
    mothers of the nation.
    She said the role of women in ensuring unity,
    tolerance and peaceful co-existence among the
    people of various communities could not be
    over-emphasised.
    “It is part of our responsibilities as mothers to
    instill discipline and good morals on our
    children for them to be useful both to
    themselves and the society at large,” she said.
    Chief Bisi Adeyemi, the President, Omu-Aran
    Development Association (ODA) expressed
    support of the community leaders toward
    ensuring the success of government’s fight
    against corruption.
    Adeyemi expressed the need for government to
    extend its anti-corruption fight to the
    grassroots, saying that major focus of the fight
    was predominantly on cities and urban areas.
    “We will not relent in our efforts to educate the
    people, especially the youths, on the need for
    them to be at the fore front of the anti-
    corruption crusade.

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