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Corruption: Nigerians Want Buhari to Focus On Oil/Gas, Police, Power

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By Iyobosa Uwugiaren in Abuja
Nigerians across the country want President Muhammadu Buhari to focus on five federal government agencies: the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Ministry of
Health, Ministry of Petroleum Resources, the Nigeria Police Force and Ministry of Power, in his anti-corruption crusade.
The vast majority of Nigerians (95 per cent) have also expressed their support for the president’s current campaign to fight corruption.
These are contained in a polling result conducted by NOIPolls Limited, a No1 organisation in Nigeria--offering polling services in the country, and in West Africa as a whole. The group conducts periodic opinion polls and studies on various socio-economic and political issues in Nigeria.
The polling shows that Nigerians’ support for anti-corruption fight cut across gender, age and geographical divides of the respondents surveyed. In the same vein, a significant proportion of Nigerians (86 per cent) also want the President’s campaign against corruption to be channeled towards the public sector, most especially the oil and gas sector.‘
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