Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says the biggest challenge in the anti-graft war is the use of ill-gotten wealth by corrupt Nigerians to subvert justice.
Professor Osinbajo who said this at a 2-day capacity workshop for justices and judges on Wednesday in Abuja, explained that the three arms of government must work together with other stakeholders to avert the looming disaster.
He noted that the administration of justice system in the country needs periodic reforms to enable it cope with needless technicalities.
While insisting that corruption is the country’s most single challenge, professor Osinbajo said it is time for the country to open a new page in its war on corruption.
With the theme “emerging trends in investigation and prosecution of economic and financial crimes, the workshop seeks to among others acquint participants on new developments in asset recovery as well as tracing looted funds.
The 2-day capacity building workshop for justices and judges is organised by the Economic and financial crimes commission in collaboration with the Economic and financial crimes commission.