Nigeria sacks 'corrupt' ministerIt was about time someone understood it. I am just woried that this must just be too little, compared to the actual state of corruption in Nigeria. Bu let's wait and see...
Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has sacked Education Minister Fabian Osuji following an anti-corruption investigation.
Mr Obasanjo said Mr Osuji had bribed senior MPs a total of $400,000 (£212,000) to ease the passage of an inflated education budget.
Nigeria must not "wallow in corruption" if it wants debt relief, he added.
Wednesday, March 23, 2005
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