He made the promise in Abuja yesterday while speaking at the second part of the 2015 presidential election debate organized by the Nigerian Election Debate Group (NEDG) for presidential candidates of the political parties participating in the election.The president asserted that his administration has made significant progress in various sectors which according to him will warrant his re-election.“This government has started very well in so many forms. In agriculture we have done very well, the road infrastructure, those who travel by road will notice that there is a significant improvement, we have brought the railways back, in fact it has improve significantly, the oil sector is improving,” he said.He admitted that in the fight against corruption there are bottlenecks as regards to the speedy dispensation of justice and prosecution and other institutional weaknesses that are being addressed by his government.Speaking, the presidential candidate of National Conscience Party, Mr Martins Onovo, said that no meaningful development would be achieved if corruption was not tackled.Mr Chekwas Okorie, of the United Progressives Party (UPP) said that the fight against corruption must start from the top and that leaders must lead by personal example.Prof. Oluremi Sonaiya, the presidential candidate of KOWA Party, said that public office should be made less attractive by making the holders to earn normal salaries. Also speaking, Mr Godson Okoye, the presidential candidate of United Democratic Party, decried the situation where people who had benefited from free education turned education to business.
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