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Published by Daystar Press in Ibadan .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Nigeria.

Subjects:

  • Political corruption -- Nigeria.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsJQ3089.5.C6 B64
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5467502M
LC Control Number73170415

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  Corruption in Nigeria addresses the effects of corruption in Nigeria and provides a concise overview for a lasting solution. Offering insight from the authors' original thinking and experiences, the book traces corruption from colonial rule through nearly fifty years of successive civilian and military government, counter coupes, and ethical reform programs that were launched using Mazi A Author: Mazi A. Kanu Oji, Valerie U. Oji. Anatomy of Corruption in the Nigerian Public Sector: Theoretical Perspectives book corrupt public officials and also act as a deterrent on others (Ijewereme, ). Unfortunately, these programs and Nigeria’s corruption profile started declining gradu-ally. In .   The book titled “Anatomy of Corruption” is being launched by Yusuf Ali SAN, a high profile lawyer to Nigeria’s Senate President Bukola Saraki. Mr. Ali is one of the 90 lawyers defending Mr.   The invitation reads: "Yusuf Ali (SAN) humbly requests the pleasure of your presence at the Public Presentation of his book-'Anatomy of Corruption in .

  The invitation reads: "Yusuf Ali (SAN) humbly requests the pleasure of your presence at the Public Presentation of his book-'Anatomy of Corruption in Nigeria'-holding on Tuesday, May 17th, at Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja at 10 am prompt.".   The book, Anatomy of Corruption in Nigeria, no doubt, coming at a very auspicious time in the country’s quest for a corruption-free society, is a precious gift that every sincere and honest. Corruption in Nigeria The Niger Delta Experience edited by Christian Akani. This book documents five presentations made at a two-day conference on corruption, organised by the Institute for Academic Freedom, University of Port Harcourt in May The editor provides an overview, observing the extent to which the crisis of corruption. Government Corruption In Nigeria Words | 4 Pages. the ineffectual securitization of governmental corruption in Nigeria through deliberate neglect of malpractices in government and the implementation of poor policies and norms that pervade the system and create insecurity, instability, threats and hinder the welfare of the populace.

Political corruption is a persistent phenomenon in , Nigeria was estimated to have lost over $ billion to corruption since independence. In , the country ranked th in the countries listed in Transparency International's Corruption Index (with Somalia, at th, being the most corrupt, and Denmark the least). This ground-breaking book explores what happens when the fine line between competitive excellence and fraudulent and corrupt practice is crossed. Whilst most fraud literature focuses on the individual perpetrator, The Anatomy of Fraud and Corruption looks at how organizations as a whole and the peo.   An analysis of the anti-graft/anti-corruption laws in Nigeria shows that corruption will continue in spite of the law because the perpetrators do not fear any consequences (Oyinola ). In , Transparency International again deemed Nigeria one of the most corrupt nations in the world (Uzochukwu ).Reviews: The genesis of corruption in Nigeria might not really be associated with a particular period. Nonetheless, Benjamin () asserted that corruption in Nigeria can be traced back to the colonial era when Nigerians were bribed with different foreign goods in exchange for local products in exchange for by: 7.