18 September 2020 by VICTORIA ABAH
A senior Lawyer and human rights activist, Chief Mike Ozekhome, has appeared before the justice Ayo Salami-led investigative panel to tender 33 recommendations on how to strengthen the anti-corruption fight in the country.
Chief Ozekhome made this known while addressing newsmen immediately after the submission in Abuja.
The human rights activist, who said he submitted 215 exhibits amongst other documents on the anti-corruption war, said the recommendations would help the anti-corruption war to be more effective.
Chief Ozehkome who further explained that corruption was yet to be fought in accordance with due process and the rule of law, added that policies must be put in place to check the trend of relooting looted funds recovered.
He however called on anti-graft agencies to spare individuals of media trial as a person remains innocent until proven otherwise.