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Young people Pay more Bribes than those over 55 years old ~ TI

by Ikokwu Ikembaon July 11, 2019
The tenth edition of Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Africa, released on African Anti-Corruption Day by Transparency International in partnership with Afrobarometer, revealed that more than half of all citizens surveyed in 35 African countries think corruption is getting worse in their country. Fifty-nine percent of people think their government is doing badly at tackling […]

Next Level of Corruption? – Mbasekei Martin Obono

by Breaking Timeson June 24, 2019
In Nigeria, corruption seems most prevalent in the public sector. Silas Anyio, in his research piece, identifies that due to corruption “public administration risks losing both its capacity to be effective and the trust of citizens in the fair and impartial application of public resources and authority.” In effect, it is a problem that could […]

Transparency Intnl’s Apologetic Reversal on Nigeria

by Breaking Timeson May 30, 2017
By: Richards Murphy  Africans do not lose sight of the power of natural nemesis.  I know,   the strength in this expression alludes to the irrepressibility of the truth, much as the vindication of the innocent. Transparency International (TI), the self-acclaimed global anti-corruption watchdogs stirred the honest net again. I do not find it convincingly […]

Transparency International makes U-turn, lauds Military’s Anti-corruption drive

by Breaking Timeson May 29, 2017
Transparency International refutes claims against current military leadership Chairman of Transparency International, Nigeria Office, Auwal Rafsanjani has refuted working against the Nigerian military leader over its recent report on arms procurement. Recall that TI had in a report presented by Auwal, claimed that the “Defence sector corruption in Nigeria has enabled the political elite to […]

Transparency Intnl’s Distorted Verdict On Nigeria

by Breaking Timeson May 23, 2017
By: Israel Abiodun Transparency International (TI) has stoked the fresh flames of the overt conspiracy on Nigeria and the distortion of the country, which has become the delight of some international organizations. They see nothing positive about Nigeria. They paint it as black and evil or as a nation incapable of achieving nothing.  The forecast […]

CORRUPTION | Group gives Transparency International 72 hours to leave Nigeria

by Breaking Timeson May 22, 2017
A human right group under the the aegis of Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has given the Transparency International 72 hours to leave the country over its recent report of corruption in the defence sector of Nigeria.  According to a recent report jointly presented by the Executive Director of CISLAC, Auwal Musa Rafsanjani and a Senior […]