Call it a plague, a disease; a game, an endemic, a life style whatever adjective one uses to qualify corruptions in Nigeria, I bet you it all remains an understatement. It is getting crazier, dirtier and increasingly incredible as each day passes by. One can never imagine in a hurry, situation where it has seemingly become completely eccentric to refer to bribery in thousands (Naira) when the case of bribery, corruption and money laundering has since eluded the Millions (Naira). My heart…Continue
My relentless quest in the fight against corruption and Rural Development with the support of the Global Youths Against Corruption, World Bank Institute and the British Council was acknowledged as the initiative was featured. Read up the amazing anticorruption initiative as featured here Global Changemakers
Aftermath of the successful implementation of phase one of the WBI-CAP RYAC project, the recalling impact remains evergreen and has come to stay. The second phase focuses more on consolidating on the first phase, building upon the web platform as well as further sensitization.
In the second phase of the project, an impact assessment survey was conducted in Wushishi and the result shows an amazing attitudinal change as well as huge watch out for corrupt practices with the word…Continue
Catching my breath after the long break here and in Nigeria. Officially, the New Year just started in Nigeria after the long strike. With a country shut down between the 9th and 16th of January, 2012, it became apparent to me for the first time in my adult years that…Continue