Two prominent members of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption have picked holes in government’s handling of the anti-corruption war.
Speaking in Abuja at a programme organised by the National Association of Seadogs, the Chairman of the Panel, Professor Itse Sagay and another member, Professor Femi Odekunle attributed recent setbacks suffered by the administration in the anti-corruption war to the fraudulent activities of people in government.
The Chairman of the Committee, Professor Itse Sagay called on the president to come up with new ideas to fight corruption.

Meanwhile, the Federal Government has restated its commitment to ensure adequate protection and repatriation of its cultural relics carted away during the colonial period.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed gave the indication at the exhibition of repatriated Nigerian Cultural Property titled “return of the lost treasure” held at the National Museum in Lagos.