Former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Attahiru Jega has advised African countries to restrategise their approaches in the fight against corruption.

Jega gave the advice while reviewing a book titled: “Curbing Electoral Spending” launched by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission EFCC in Abuja to mark the 2019 International Anti-Corruption Day organised by the commission in collaboration with Nigeria Shippers Council, Maritime and Transport Stakeholders.

He commended the EFCC for its successes as well as other anti-corruption agencies for their contributions to tackling the crime in Nigeria.

On his part, the Secretary, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, Sadiq Radda said fighting corruption required political will and determination of the leaders. He noted that President Buhari-led administration had made remarkable success in the fight so far.