NBS Plans Survey on Different forms of Corruption In 33,000 Households

by on May 15, 2016

The National Bureau of Statistics plans to survey about 33,000 households across the federation to collect evidence-based data on the different forms of corruption affecting the daily life of the average Nigerian citizen.

 According to the Statistician-General for the Federation, Dr. Yemi Kale, the agency is collaborating with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the European Union to conduct this national survey.

He said that the survey would also examine the quality and integrity of public services in the country.

This survey is a follow up to a pilot survey earlier conducted on the same issue in Delta, Oyo, Katsina and Kwara states.

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