Abuja - Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has said that all public office holders in Nigeria since 1999, were responsible for the current economic and political mess experienced in the country.
Saraki stated this while responding to a question on the secrecy of the National Assembly’s budget and corruption levelled against it by former President Olusegun Obasanjo in a recent letter.
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The Senate President said no one should hold a particular person or a group accountable for the crisis bedevilling the country as it was a collective responsibility of past leaders.
He, however, pledged that details of the N115bn National Assembly budget on a section-by-section basis, would be made public this year as against the usual practice.
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- News 24