That all mortgages transactions and other outright purchase of properties within Britain are duly documented and their owners easily verifiable is also a fact of consequence in this call out by the British prime minister. So Nigerians instead of being unduly and unreasonable patriotic in the defense of their country, should pile on pressure on David Cameron to help them recover their loot treasure hidden in Britain. That is a more sensible thing to do; but to needlessly pretend that the prime minister overreached himself is foolish as evidence of wanton corruption is everywhere for every unbiased eyes to see. A matter made worse by the lurid disclosures in the ongoing $2.1 or rather $15.1 corruption investigation involving arms deals in Nigeria popularly known as the Dasikugate scandal.
Icheoku commends the courage or rather the fortunate hot mic that yielded this public chastisement of Nigeria by the British prime minister. Hopefully it will provide the much needed push for Nigerians to demand more from their leadership and encourage them to up the ante in the war on corruption and demand more accountability in their leaders. Icheoku prays that the government of Nigeria will keep the heat on British prime minister and his government and challenge them to do something about Britain being a receptacle of global corruption proceeds. If this is achieved, then the public humiliation was not in vain, otherwise what a scolding it was that Nigeria was called out alongside Afghanistan as the most corrupt country in the world. What a condemnation.