He said that corruption was fiercely waging reprisal attacks in the States, but assured the public that President Muhammadu Buhari was committed to sustaining the anti-corruption fight to ensure that the system was cleaned up and government business done the right way.
He also called for a re-orientation of the Nigerian people.
Speaking during a courtesy visit to him by the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers in the State House, Abuja on Tuesday, Osinbajo noted that Defence contracts of $15 billion for which many individuals were being prosecuted “is half of our country’s foreign reserves.”
He said: “If we are not able to sustain the trouble against corruption, we will end up in a very, very bad way as a nation.
“We have seen it in so many different ways that at almost every state, corruption fights back and fights very fiercely.