The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, has reacted to a video by legendary Musician, Tuface Idibia blasting Nigerian leaders over the state of the nation.
Recall that Tuface in a viral video on social media slammed Nigerian leaders over the state of the nation as he landed in Accra, Ghana for a visit.
In the video at Kotoka airport, Tuface impressed by the outlook of the airport was quoted saying, “You dey see levels for here, shame no dey catch some people for our side?”
SERAP, reacting to the video, said corruption was to blame for the state of airports in Nigeria.
The group while identifying said Nigeria needed great leaders who had the interest of the people in order to make improvements in the country.
SERAP stated this in a post on its official Twitter page.
The tweet read: “The problem is many large-scale airport projects in Nigeria since the return of democracy in 1999 have been seriously tainted by corruption.
“We have the resources to do it but we need leaders that can create a state that serves its people’s interests.”