In his earlier remarks, Speaking in Kaduna on Thursday while commissioning a zonal office of the EFCC, the acting chairman of the EFCC, Mr Ibrahim Magu called on members of the public to support the agency in the fight against corruption in the country.
Magu said that Nigerians must rise and do what is expected of them to reclaim their commonwealth been “stolen by a few corrupt individuals.”
He said; “If we can pause and trace the root cause of the problem that confronts us as a nation, we will discover they are all linked to corruption.
“Corruption is the cause of the recession that has pushed our people deeper into poverty and the insurgency that has visited death, displacement and untold hardship on Nigerians in the North East.
This is the reason I have suggested that we set up prison for the corrupt in the Sambisa forest, where they can be kept away and have the sobriety to be truly reformed.”