I will use BVN code to track the movement of huge sum of money
I will reform the law to ensure they is no more delay of justice
At a meeting held at Ibadan, Oyo State tagged “Conversation with Mimiko” on Tuesday, the presidential candidate of the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP), Dr. Mimiko Olusegun had said that if elected as the president in 2019 would connect the power of Information Technology(IT) tools to fight corruption eruption in Nigeria.
The event was populated by political leaders of various parties; Traders; members of the Academic circus; Students; and many others. He said that corruption should not be a selective fight but a collective in Nigeria if we ought to fight its epidermic.
He said he would use BVN code to track effectively the movement of huge sum of money across the nation.
“if we can track movement of money with the BVN, we can effectively tackle corruption. If elected President, we will implement policies that will limit the movement of high denomination cash,” Mimiko positively said.
“We will also reform the law to ensure that delay of justice is totally removed from our judicial system.”
On his plan for restructuring, the former Ondo Governor said he will employ legislative, constitutional and administrative approaches to ensure restructuring.
He said his government will make move for legislation that will ensure 60% of resources are devolved to component units, establish special bureau to daily tackle issue of restructuring.
He further said, “As an evangelist of restructuring, I have always said restructuring is not a North versus South issue. Restructuring will advance the development of every part of this country, it will ensure all the exotic minerals in the states are properly exploited to create jobs for people in the states and pay necessary taxes to the federal government,”
“Restructuring is not about oil and gas alone, its about leveraging all natural resources that abound in all parts of the country to engender development.”
Mimiko said he will employ legislative, constitutional and administrative approaches to ensure restructuring.