Anti Corruption Crusade In Nigeria
Ms. Lynn Agwuncha of Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre in Africa, writes on the enlarged role of labour and trade unions in the fight against corruption.
Yiaga Africa disclosed that Nigeria has lost at least $582 billion since independence due to endemic corruption in the private and public sectors of the country
Labour and trade union leaders converged in the FCT, Abuja on Thursday, July 8 to learn how to be active drivers of anti-corruption in their various communities
Anti-corruption groups have launched a comprehensive user-friendly COVID-19 Fund Africa website as part of the COVID-19 Transparency & Accountability Project.
The chairman of Kano Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission is facing punitive actions following a disagreement with the state accountant general.
A petition has been written by a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) against the current chairman of the Nigerian Law Reform Commission, Professor Jummai Audi.