I won’t Fight Corruption by Sending people to Jail – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan has said his commitment and method of solving corruption problems is  not dependent on the number of people his administration tries or jails in court.

Though, he said his government has tried many Nigerians to show that it did not support corruption, he said the number of people tried for corruption related offences  would never stem the tide of hydra-headed problem.

He said this at the ancient Mapo Hall, the venue for the flag-off of his campaign for a second term ticket in the 2015 elections.

According to him, “If I try 10 million Nigerians and jail 5 million, that does not stop corruption problem. Let me re-assure Nigerians that we will win war against terror. My commitment and method of solving corruption is not in terms of the number of people I try or jail.”

President Jonathan who used the forum to reel out the achievements of his administration noted that that his government had empowered over one million people through its various intervention programmes.

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