President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday the anti-corruption war of his administration was not negotiable.
He said it was a must for him to fight graft because that was one of the reasons he was elected.
Mbeki who heads the African Union High-Level Panel on Illicit Flows from Africa, was in Nigeria to give Buhari, who is the current Champion of AU Anti-Corruption Campaign, some updates.
The President said since his electoral promises to Nigerians included fighting corruption, he could not afford to let the people down.
He said, for this administration, fighting corruption is non-negotiable. It is a must.
Noting that the government was making progress on the anti-corruption war, “and not just talking,” the President said he was very pleased with the assignment the former South African President was carrying out for the African continent.