Parliament Must Help To Fight Corruption

Mr. Dominic NitiwulThe  Deputy Minority Leader in Parliament, Dominic Nitiwul says there is the need for Parliament to show more interest in reports of acts of corruption in public institutions.

According to him, as representatives of the people, Members of Parliament (MPs) must build consensus in tackling the menace.

Mr. Nitiwul, who made the observation Citi FM, while reacting to reports of alleged financial malfeasance in a motorbike contract for Subah Infosolutions for the street naming exercise said, MPs must take keen interest in such issues.

He noted that the general public “is complaining on a daily basis that Parliament is not doing much about corruption.”

He called for a bi-partisan approach by MPs in addressing the matter saying, “We don’t want the situation whereby it tends to be New Patriotic Party, National Democratic Congress and we will be playing football with it; no.”

Nitiwul suggested that if four MPs from both sides of the House come together to file a motion, such matters could be discussed for effective solutions. —Citifmonline

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