He said: “Generally, what we have observed is that not much has changed from the reckless system that we have operated in Nigeria. Public spending is still not very responsible and so we need to begin to change.
“Weak institutions constitute one of our major problems. Government is not making deliberate attempts to strengthen institutions and therefore, the fight against corruption might not be sustained because institutions that ought to fight it are not strengthened.
“One typical example is the office of the AGF from where we get our raw material. The good thing that will happen to the fight against corruption is to sign the Audit Commission Bill and we pray that the assent is not refused as usual,” he stated.
Chinda stated that the committee recovered N1.967 million after reviewing 510 queries to MDAs between 2010 and 2014.