Farida Waziri Bounces Back, Commissions Worship Centre
Former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Farida Waziri, has bounced back and better after her exit from the anti-graft commission.
Since her exit from the commission, she has not been really granting media interviews until when she spoke recently. Waziri while speaking a few days back, described President Muhammadu Buhari as a man of destiny who must be supported by all Nigerians irrespective of their religious, ethnic and political affiliations.
The founder and principal partner of Brookfield Chambers, a firm of legal practitioners based in Abuja, Waziri stated this on Saturday in Uga-Mbagwa, Oshongo Local Government Area of Benue State while fielding questions from journalists after the commissioning of her community’s worship centre.
She said: “My response to your question will be that I believe in President Buhari because he is believable and he has remained constant like the morning star since I know him and beyond that.
I’m sure that he is a man of destiny, a resolute, sincere and committed leader who says what he means and does what he preaches. “In the history of Nigeria, he is today the only leader who has contested the presidential election for four consecutive times and on the fourth time made history by defeating a sitting president”.