President Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration remains committed to the fight against corruption.
The president spoke at the graduation of the National Defence College Course 28 on Thursday in Abuja.
Represented by the Minister of Defence, Bashir Magashi, he said there is still work to be done in terms of the economic impact on the citizens such as employment generation, poverty eradication and the general conditions of living.
“On corruption, we are more determined than ever before to stay on the path we have chosen in the interest of our dear nation to fight corruption without fear no matter who is involved,” Mr Buhari added.
The president urged heads of security and defence services to promote and implement comprehensive security philosophies of joint efforts and synergy through interagency cooperation to address the nation’s security challenge.
He said this would help to create an enabling environment to overcome the security challenge in the country.
Mr Buhari said that in spite of various challenges in the country which included insecurity, unemployment, COVID-19 pandemic among others, the nation had remained strong and vibrant in all forms.
“In spite of all of these, our faith in the nation is unshaken. Our resolve and will to take the nation to greater heights is strong,” he said.
He said that there was a need to work together and get back on track as a way forward.