The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, restated yesterday that the current administration inherited decades of bad governance and unbridled corruption. According to him, the Buhari administration came on board in 2015 to contend with lack of probity, a culture of impunity and a near state of anarchy.
These, the minister noted, are the ills the current administration inherited, which it has set out to tackle. Mohammed, however, challenged the media to contextualise their reporting so that those who destroyed Nigeria will not be made to look like the country’s new saviours.
The minister who spoke when the chief executive officer of TVC Communications, Mr. Andrew Hanlon, led a team of top officials of the company on a courtesy visit to his office in Abuja yesterday said the current administration is on a rescue mission. Read More