London, Aug. 11 (ANI): Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has set up a committee to advise him on tackling corruption and ways to reform the nation’s legal system.
According to the BBC, the seven-member Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption is mostly made up of academics.
The Nigerian President was elected in May, mainly on a promise to tackle corruption.
He claimed that he believes government officials had stolen about 150 billion dollars from the public purse over the past decade. (ANI)