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“Get Ready To Go Down In Status” – Soyinka Warns Corrupt Nigerian Leaders Amidst EFCC Revolution

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Nigerian literary maestro, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has sounded a note of warning to all corrupt Nigerian leaders that they might soon be forced to endure the greatest level of humiliation when the long arm of the law eventually catch up with them.
Speaking at the 8th Commonwealth Regional Conference for Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Africa, the iconic Nobel Laureate also insisted that until our corrupt leaders start getting jailed, the war against corruption might never be won.

He said: “That we have been bled dry in this nation by corrupt leadership and their agencies is nothing to reiterate. It is a given. And I took the trouble yesterday to visit the headquarters of the EFCC. I wanted to see what would be the mode of hospitality of some of our leaders who will surely, sooner or later, pass through the doors of that beautiful building.”
And so, I spoke to Magu and I said I want to see where the presidential wing is. I said as a human rights person, I want to make sure you treat them right when they come here and he said ‘sorry it is an egalitarian institution, and I said I would take that message back to them that they should get ready to go down a little bit in status when the time comes and justice catches up with them.”

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