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Transparency International Scores Nigeria Low On Corruption Perception Index


Nigeria is now ranked 146 out of the 180 nations on the 2019 corruption notion index printed by transparency worldwide, having dropped two locations.

According to the report launched at present, the nation scored 26 out of 100 factors, dropping from the 27 factors that it has maintained since 2017.

In the 2018 index, Nigeria rose by 4 locations from 148 to 144.

The index ranks 180 nations and territories by their perceived ranges of public sector corruption within the opinion of consultants and enterprise folks, utilizing a scale of 0 to 100, the place zero means “highly corrupt” and 100 means very clear.

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According to the report, “our analysis also suggests that reducing big money in politics and promoting inclusive political decision-making are essential to curb corruption. “from fraud that occurs at the highest levels of government to petty bribery that blocks access to basic public services like healthcare and education, citizens are fed up with corrupt leaders and institutions”.

The sub-Saharan Africa area was categorised because the lowest-performing area whereas Western Europe was the highest-scoring area.

Of the 19 nations within the West African area, Nigeria was ranked the fourth most corrupt nation.

Transparency worldwide’s chair, Delia Ferreira Rubio requested the federal government to urgently deal with what she describes because the corrupting function of massive cash in political get together financing and the undue affect it exerts on political methods.

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