by Dolapo Adelana
The National Association of Nigerian Students on Sunday in Abuja, appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to set up a special court to deal with corruption cases in the country.
NANS President, Mr Chinonso Obasi made the appeal while speaking with newsmen at the side-lines of a thanksgiving service to mark the return of Buhari at Faith Miracle Centre International.
The association also said its report on anti-corruption was ready for submission to the president.
NANS had on March 8 declared a three-day prayer for the quick recovery and early return of Buhari to Nigeria.
“The urgent appeal I am making to Mr President, which is why we prayed for him to recover and come back, is to urgently order the anti-graft agencies to beam their searchlight on our tertiary institutions.
“We have done a lot of work underground; any time within the week, we will be submitting our report on anti-corruption war we have been fighting.
“We believe so much that he will swing into action.
“We are pleading with Mr President to set up a special anti-corruption court; there is no gainsaying, we are fighting corruption and people found guilty keep on appealing,’’ he said.