Opinion

Justice For Sambo Abdullahi, Victory For Whistleblowers In Nigeria, By Onumah & Onyeacholem

If this government wants to be seen as genuinely fighting corruption, the NBET case is a golden opportunity to faithfully demonstrate that conviction. Dr. Amobi has been indicted for corruption by government anti-corruption agencies. The place for her, therefore, is the courtroom, not a cushioned seat of a government agency.…
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Guest Columns

Ending Fiscal Impunity, By Eva Joly

In order to change the rules of the game, we must also go after the financial intermediaries by regulating their operations and demanding they explain their use of offshore structures. Each country must also declare the true nature of multinationals’ operations there, create databases of the companies’ ultimate beneficiaries and,…
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Opinion

Anti-corruption War: Whistleblowers In Danger, By Godwin Onyeacholem

When potential whistleblowers hear or read these unnerving stories about the plight of those who had made disclosures before them under the policy, the way they are exposed to danger with no protection of any kind from relevant stakeholders in the society, the first reaction would be to obey the…
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Opinion

When Everyone Sees Everything, By Seember Nyager

Now that Nigeria has developed institutions and procedures for professionalising public procurement, the next step to achieve greater competence and efficiency in the public service delivery process requires a system where everyone sees everything, a system inspired by open contracting. Usain Bolt needs no introduction. His reputation as the fastest…
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