Nigeria Corruption Statistics

Looters’ list: How we brought trouble upon ourselves - Uduaghan

Looters’ list: How we brought trouble upon ourselves - Uduaghan

Looters’ list: How we brought trouble upon ourselves - Uduaghan
EFCC recovers N216m from Swiss Golden, arrests 3 (photos)

EFCC recovers N216m from Swiss Golden, arrests 3 (photos)

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested three persons who were allegedly running Swiss Golden Investment, a company reportedly defrauding thousands of Nigerians to the tune of N3 billion.

EFCC recovers N216m from Swiss Golden, arrests 3 (photos)
INEC spent N3,000 on each Nigerian voter in the 2015 elections - Expert

INEC spent N3,000 on each Nigerian voter in the 2015 elections - Expert

The Executive Director of YIAGA Africa and Convener of the Not Too Young To run movement, Mr Samson Itodo, an elections enthusiast, writes on the challenges faced by African countries before, during and after their elections.

INEC spent N3,000 on each Nigerian voter in the 2015 elections - Expert
Whistle-blower policy yields N123bn - Adeosun

Whistle-blower policy yields N123bn - Adeosun

The minister of finance, Kemi Adeosun at an evaluation workshop on the whistle-blower policy and asset tracing team disclosed that the whistle-blower policy of the federal government has yielded about N123 billion.

Whistle-blower policy yields N123bn - Adeosun
Patience Jonathan knows fate on April 30 as court rules on application seeking assets forfeiture

Patience Jonathan knows fate on April 30 as court rules on application seeking assets forfeiture

The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Thursday fixed April 30 to rule on an application, seeking the forfeiture of two properties belonging to Patience Jonathan, wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan to the federal government.

Patience Jonathan knows fate on April 30 as court rules on application seeking assets forfeiture
UTME: Our biggest problem is the conduct of parents - JAMB boss

UTME: Our biggest problem is the conduct of parents - JAMB boss

Professor Ishaq Oloyede recalled that during the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Board Examinations (UTME), some parents of candidates who were caught for engaging in malpractices did not play the proper parental role.

UTME: Our biggest problem is the conduct of parents - JAMB boss
Governor Masari begs Nigerian accountants to join Buhari's anti-corruption war

Governor Masari begs Nigerian accountants to join Buhari's anti-corruption war

Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina state has urged accountants spread across the country to intensify efforts toward exposing the Chief Executive Officers of ministries, departments and agencies involved in corruption.

Governor Masari begs Nigerian accountants to join Buhari's anti-corruption war
Start corruption war with Oshiomhole - Edo PDP tells Buhari

Start corruption war with Oshiomhole - Edo PDP tells Buhari

The Edo state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party on Monday, April 9, declared its support for the call by former governor Adams Oshiomhole on President Muhammadu Buhari to adopt a ‘ruthless’ measure against alleged looters.

Start corruption war with Oshiomhole - Edo PDP tells Buhari
CDQ shares terifying experience with some custom officers who drove him to an ATM to collect bribe

CDQ shares terifying experience with some custom officers who drove him to an ATM to collect bribe

Bribery and corruption is said to be synonymous with Nigeria as a country. Nigerian rapper, CDQ, took to social media to share his own personal experience with some officers of the law. Here are more details on the story.

CDQ shares terifying experience with some custom officers who drove him to an ATM to collect bribe
Civil war in APC moving to use of cruise and ballistic missiles - Senator unveils degree of ruling party's crisis

Civil war in APC moving to use of cruise and ballistic missiles - Senator unveils degree of ruling party's crisis

A senator of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Shehu Sani has called for thorough investigation into allegations that party funds were misappropriated by the outgoing administration of national chairman John Odigie-Oyegun

Civil war in APC moving to use of cruise and ballistic missiles - Senator unveils degree of ruling party's crisis
Public officials steal through procurement process - Ibrahim Magu

Public officials steal through procurement process - Ibrahim Magu

Speaking at a procurement retreat for chief executives/accounting officers of public agencies, the EFCC chairman, Ibrahim Magu, warned the CEOs to stick strictly to the 2017 budget in the award of contracts or face prosecution.

Public officials steal through procurement process - Ibrahim Magu
Looters’ list: APC, PDP in a show of shame - Okogie

Looters’ list: APC, PDP in a show of shame - Okogie

A former president, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Anthony Cardinal Olubunmi-Okogie, has lambasted both the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on their accusations.

Looters’ list: APC, PDP in a show of shame - Okogie
EFCC recovers N130m, secures 9 convictions in Gombe state

EFCC recovers N130m, secures 9 convictions in Gombe state

The head of the zonal office, Mr Johnson Babalola, disclosed this in Gombe state on Thursday, April 5 when he paid a courtesy call on the Correspondents Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in their office.

EFCC recovers N130m, secures 9 convictions in Gombe state
Presidency reportedly orders release of comprehensive looters’ list

Presidency reportedly orders release of comprehensive looters’ list

A top official of the federal government on Tuesday, April 3, disclosed that Presidency has ordered the release of a comprehensive list of those it claims engaged in the massive looting after the last PDP administration officials.

Presidency reportedly orders release of comprehensive looters’ list
Malami knew Maina was a fugitive but met him in Dubai anyway - Reps investigation reveals

Malami knew Maina was a fugitive but met him in Dubai anyway - Reps investigation reveals

A House of Representatives ad-hoc committee has accused the minister of justice Abubakar Malami, (SAN) of his role in the reinstatement of Abdulrasheed Maina, who was dismissed from service over pension fund fraud.

Malami knew Maina was a fugitive but met him in Dubai anyway - Reps investigation reveals
Kumuyi urges Christians in leadership to shun corruption

Kumuyi urges Christians in leadership to shun corruption

Pastor William Kumuyi, the General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church on Sunday, April 1 urged Christians in leadership positions to shun corruption and act as exemplary leaders for others to follow.

Kumuyi urges Christians in leadership to shun corruption
EFCC arrests Chinese for attempting to smuggle $300,000 out of Nigeria

EFCC arrests Chinese for attempting to smuggle $300,000 out of Nigeria

The EFCC has arraigned a Chinese national, Li Yanping, before Justice Babatunde Quadri of a Federal High Court, Abuja, for allegedly concealing the sum of $300,000 (N108m) while attempting to board a flight to Dubai.

EFCC arrests Chinese for attempting to smuggle $300,000 out of Nigeria
Osinbajo, corruption fight and public opinion by Jerome-Mario Utomi

Osinbajo, corruption fight and public opinion by Jerome-Mario Utomi

To discerning minds, therefore, informing Nigerians that the same monster the administration promised to erase still exist three years after is synonymous with opening the paradox; a development that has further portrayed.

Osinbajo, corruption fight and public opinion by Jerome-Mario Utomi
EFCC committed to judicial precepts - Magu

EFCC committed to judicial precepts - Magu

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu, on Monday, March 26, declared that it is committed to judicial precepts in the discharge of its functions as the anti-corruption watchdog.

EFCC committed to judicial precepts - Magu
Just in: President Buhari signs important agreements with Singapore, Switzerland

Just in: President Buhari signs important agreements with Singapore, Switzerland

President Muhammadu Buhari in furtherance of his anti-corruption war signed an agreement with Switzerland that will see to the return of stolen assets hidden in the country to Nigeria. This statement was issued by Femi Adesina.

Just in: President Buhari signs important agreements with Singapore, Switzerland
I don’t believe in that Transparency International rating - Magu

I don’t believe in that Transparency International rating - Magu

Ibrahim Magu, chairman of EFCC in Enugu has claimed that the 2017 low rating of Nigeria by the Transparency International (TI) in the global corruption perception index, is a way of corruption fighting back....

I don’t believe in that Transparency International rating - Magu
FG's whistleblower policy helps recoup N143.9bn from corrupt public officials

FG's whistleblower policy helps recoup N143.9bn from corrupt public officials

Through its Whistle Blower Policy, the federal government has revealed that it recently recovered more than N143.9 billion from corrupt public officials. The presidency disclosed this in Abuja on Sunday, March 25.

FG's whistleblower policy helps recoup N143.9bn from corrupt public officials
Nigerian anti-corruption group wins United Nations award

Nigerian anti-corruption group wins United Nations award

A Nigerian anti-corruption youth group, the Creative Youth Initiative Against Corruption (CYIAC), has emerged the winner of the Innovative Category of the first United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Action Awards.

Nigerian anti-corruption group wins United Nations award
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