20 YEARS OF ANTI-CORRUPTION EFFORTS IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL LOOK

Corruption in Nigeria is ubiquitous and takes in many forms: from massive contract fraud to petty bribery; from straight-up embezzlement to complicated money laundering schemes. Just six years after independence, the country experienced it’s first military coup that ousted the elected officials of the first republic. One notable justification for the 1966 coup d’etat by the military was the pervasive corruption of the first republic civilian leadership.

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