'We'll Not Tolerate Corruption'


The Lagos Head of Service, Mr. Adesegun Ogunlewe says the state government was  determined to wipe out corruption from the system.

He spoke when the Association for Eradication of Corruption in Nigerians, ASSERCORN,  paid him a visit at the Government Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State,  southwest Nigeria.

He said the government was in the crusade of tackling corruption and vowed that it  would be fought to a stand still in the civil service.

The HOS revealed that Governor Babatunde Fashola shared in the vision of eradicating  corruption in government, and disclosed that the governor had pledged total war  against the vice.

Ogunlewe stated that “if we could have a group of people who come together to  salvage the situation of corruption, then there is hope for the country.

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He was of the opinion that if the state government succeeded in fighting the scourge  successfully, it would succeed in other states of the federation.

Earlier, the President of the Association, Dr. Oyindamola Anjorin, who was  represented by Mrs. Titi Agbalajobi, thanked the state government for its commitment  to ASSERCORN and solicited for further support in organising workshops and seminars  on corruption for state and local government officials.

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