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Nigeria climbs up on Transparency International’s 2018 rankings

Nigeria climbs up on Transparency International’s 2018 rankings

Nigeria climbed four places on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index for 2018. In Transparency International’s report, Nigeria was ranked 144 out of 180 countries that were surveyed. In 2017, Nigeria was ranked four places lower sitting at 148 out of 180 countries. Despite the four place jump, the nation’s 27/100 score shows no improvement as […]
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The Late 5: TraderMoni is vote buying, says Transparency International; Buhari suspends Onnoghen, swears in Tanko Mohammed as Acting CJN | Other top stories

The Late 5: TraderMoni is vote buying, says Transparency International; Buhari suspends Onnoghen, swears in Tanko Mohammed as Acting CJN | Other top stories

Here are the top stories that drove conversation today: Buhari signs executive order allowing private companies build federal roads President …
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Omokri: Even the blind can see the corruption in Buhari’s administration

Omokri: Even the blind can see the corruption in Buhari’s administration

Reno Omokri, former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, says the current administration is “laden with corruption” to the extent that the blind and deaf can see and hear it. Omokri
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Femi Adesina: Nigeria’s poor rating on corruption is a low mark for citizens – not government

Femi Adesina, spokesman of President Muhammadu Buhari, says Nigerians share in the blame of the country’s bad ranking in Transparency International’s  (TI) corruption perception index (CPI). In 2017, Nigeria dropped from 136
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Transparency International calls for outlawing of ‘corruption-prone’ security votes

Transparency International calls for outlawing of ‘corruption-prone’ security votes

Transparency International (TI) says Nigeria needs a federal legislation outlawing security votes. Christina Hildrew, TI Africa programme manager of defence and security unit, made the call on Wednesday in Abuja
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Transparency International, SERAP speak on alleged vote-buying in Ekiti election

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Anti-corruption monitor, Transparency International, TI, Transparency International has reacted to allegations of Vote-buying by the All Progressives Congress, APC and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP during Saturday’s governorship election in Ekiti State. DAILY POST recalls that PDP on Monday constituted a legal committee to look into all the legal issues surrounding the conduct of the […]
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The Big 5: Police says Offa robbery gang leaders accompanied Saraki on condolence visit and other stories

These are the stories you should be monitoring today: The Nigerian Police on Tuesday said four of the gang leaders…
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REVEALED: $670m spent on security votes annually — more than army budget

REVEALED: $670m spent on security votes annually — more than army budget

Not less than $670 million is spent on security votes in Nigeria every year, a new report by Transparency International Defence and Security (TIDS) and the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy
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Nigeria told to end security ‘slush funds’

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Campaigners on Monday urged Nigeria to stop handing out millions of dollars to tackle unspecified security issues with no questions asked, arguing the practice fuels corruption and conflict. Nigeria is facing widespread unrest, from Boko Haram’s Islamist insurgency in the northeast to a resurgence of violence in a long-running dispute over land and resources in […] …

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