Fight Against Corruption In Nigeria
Chairman of Independent Corrupt Practices and Offences, (ICPC), Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye said unstable economy and high level of corruption, led to insecurity.
Ibrahim Babaginda, a former Nigerian military president, on Friday, August 6, claimed that his regime fought corruption better than the current administration.
A Nigerian man found out earlier that he was about to be scammed and the exchange he had with the con artist was funny. He sent the scammer a text afterwards.
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.
The Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) has stated that it was not created to divulge classified information to politicians and senior govt officials.
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