Nigerians Perceive Their Government as Corrupt


A recently published survey says most Nigerians perceive their country as being corrupt, according to a Gallup poll. In "Global States of Mind: New Metrics for World Leaders," the poll also showed that in the world, only Kenyans believed their government was more corrupt.
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  • Nigeria:  Ezekwesili - Corrupt Countries Can't Achieve Transformation

    This Day, 15 November 2012

    The immediate past Vice-President of the World Bank for Africa, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, Wednesday said countries that are neck deep in corruption can hardly transform and realise their ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  U.S.$400 Billion Looted Since 1960 - Ezekwesili

    Leadership, 29 August 2012

    Former World Bank vice president for Africa Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, yesterday disclosed that $400 billion of Nigeria's oil revenue was either stolen or misappropriated since the ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Nigeria Lost U.S.$400 Billion Oil Revenue to Theft - Ezekwesili

    Daily Trust, 30 August 2012

    Former Minister of Education and former World Bank Vice President for Africa, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, said Nigeria has lost more than $400 billion of its oil revenue to theft or ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Corruption - the Writing On Nigeria's Wall

    Leadership, 13 November 2012

    Corruption did not begin with President Goodluck Jonathan's government. But, at the current rate, corruption would kill Nigeria on his watch. By a number of credible accounts, more ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Orji Tasks Judges On Corruption

    Vanguard, 14 November 2012

    Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State has challenged judges to be strong partners in the crusade against corruption, saying their role was vital in the crusade. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Yes, Fight Jonathan Fight

    Vanguard, 14 November 2012

    Just ten months ago, four of the five members of the House of Representatives and all three senators from Bayelsa State were pitched in battle against one of their colleagues from ... read more »