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Morning Teaser Will the order by Buhari for public officers to declare their assets will curb corruption?

President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered that his ministers must declare their assets. Do you think this would stop corruption in Nigeria?

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Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari and his vice, Yomi Osinbajo seem to have started on a good note by declaring their assets, something former President Goodluck Jonathan and his Ministers failed to do.

Buhari has also ordered his would be cabinet members and other political office holders to declare their assets so that Nigerians can hold them accountable anytime they engage in some corrupt practices.

This order has been recommended by Nigerians with the belief that declaration of assets by public office holders will curb corruption in the country.

But there are those who are skeptical about this and think the would be ministers and office holders will still find a way of dipping their hands into the coffers and steal the country's money.

On Morning Teaser today, we ask: do you think the order by the President for his Ministers and other public office holder to declare their assets curb corruption in Nigeria?

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