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The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) established the rating, after a survey was carried out throughout the six geopolitical zones within the nation, together with the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

Kolawole Oluwadare, Deputy Director of SERAP, whereas talking on the report, acknowledged that in each encounter Nigerians have with policemen, there’s 63 per cent probability that bribe can be demanded.


“Corruption is still a key concern in the country with 70 per cent of Nigerians describing the level of corruption as high and in the same measure, stating that corruption levels either increased or remained the same in the last five years.”

“From the analysis of the anti-corruption legal and institutional framework in Nigeria, the following cross-cutting issues emerged: there is lack of political goodwill to consistently enforce the different anti-corruption laws; inadequate funding for the various anti-corruption agencies; weak public support and/or ownership of anti-corruption initiatives; poor clarity of roles between various anti-corruption agencies; and public perceptions of politicisation of corruption arrests and prosecutions.”

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