President Muhammadu Buhari has responded to criticisms that his administration had been slow.
Buhari, told a magazine, The Interview, that there was no wisdom in rushing things.
He said: “There is still a lot of wisdom in the saying, ‘slow and steady wins the race.’
“If they say we are slow, do they also say we are steady?
“Then, it means we will win the race eventually.”
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“There is no wisdom in being in a rush and messing up everything. You will make avoidable mistakes and end up with a lot of regrets,” he said.
Buhari noted that he would wait for the advice of the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), on whether to prosecute those who voluntarily returned looted funds or not.
“We will note the recommendation of the Attorney General of the Federation. We do not want to deliberately disgrace people. All we want is public money back”, he added.