The Kano State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has described President Muhammadu Buhari as deceptive and selective. State Chairman of CAN, Bishop Ransome Bello, made the remark while frowning at the Federal Government’s ongoing anti-graft crusade. Speaking yesterday in Kano, Bello expressed displeasure with current anti-corruption fight, saying Buhari can’t win the fight by being selective.
According to Bello, “Everything about the President is deceptive, selective and because of this, he will not win the anti-graft war. “President Muhammadu Buhari’s crusade against corruption and the lethargic approach in addressing the alleged wanton killing of Christians in Southern Kaduna were reprehensible and lopsided.”
Alleging that the current anti-corruption fight was targeting a few persons believed to be against the current administration, Bello noted that the graft war can’t be won when some corrupt members of the ruling party are being shielded. “He can’t win the war against corruption by fighting a few. He can’t win when his party members are protected. We all love this country. ”We should stop deceiving ourselves. We are living in deception,” he said.