Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said that the government of President Mohammadu Buhari will not spare any corrupt person in the fight against corruption.
The Vice President made this remake at Day Two of the ongoing 21st National Economic Summit in Abuja.
According to him, individual Nigerians would like the rules to be enforced as long as it is not enforced on them.
He, however, regretted the ethnic and religious considerations and interpretations attributed to the fight, saying it clogged the wheel of justice.
The Vice president also urged the elites in the country, including the participants at the event to play a more significant role in attaining such a national objective, especially in upholding existing rules and regulations.
The Vice President noted that the reform of public institutions is critical for efficient and transparent use of public resources as well as sustainable delivery of public goods at national and sub-national levels.
Professor Osinbajo also disclosed that Government was embarking on the reform of public institutions with the fundamental objective to enhance their capacity and capability effectively and efficiently in response to the needs and demands of the citizens.
The specific reform agenda currently being implemented by the Federal Government, according to the Vice President were focused at achieving fiscal discipline, revenue diversification and efficient collection of government revenue.