Goodluck Jonathan: We fight hard against corruptionStaff writer ▼ | May 6, 2014
Mr. Jonathan said that such action could not be taken without following due process and the consent of Nigerians. "I have no plans now to change petroleum pump price, but if I have to do it, I will do it following due process." He denied insinuations that his administration was not decisive enough to fight corruption in the country.
According to Mr. Jonathan, the federal government is doing everything possible to investigate and bring to book every corrupt public officer. He assured Nigerians of improved electricity supply, adding that the present epileptic electricity supply in the country would soon be a thing of the past.
"We are not moving as fast as we are supposed to, but the steps we are taking will lead this country to a greater level. We will surely improve on it; I assure you it is not going to be worse than this. This government is committed and we are doing our best and we are seeing rays of hope," said Mr. Jonathan. ■