PRESS RELEASE: CORRUPTION VICTIMIZATION SURVEY

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFriday, June 23, 2020 CONTACT: Tap Nitiative For Citizens Development OR Dataphyte info@tapnitiative.org Corruption victimization survey shows more than 81% of people who used primary healthcare in Abuja were not issued receipts. The report, Corruption Victimization Survey In Nigeria, has revealed that the most prevalent form of corruption that exists in…

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REPORT: Colloquium on Shrinking Media and Civic Space in Nigeria On 7th November 2019

BACKGROUND Even though the attention of the world was on the role of the media in elections and democracy on this year’s World Press Freedom Day in May, the shadow of last year’s murderous attacks on free speech and journalists still loom large. Will this be the new normal? In July, The Economist, quoting a…

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Tweetmeet with EFCC

We had another Tweetmeet with EFCC! On the 23rd of May 2019, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) participated in a Q&A session on our Anti-Corruption, Financial Crimes and Accountability themed TweetMeet. This was an opportunity for the EFCC to shed more light to the Nigerian citizens on the commission’s continuous fight against anti-corruption…

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TweetMeet with Chief Okoi Obla Obono

The Special Presidential Investigative Panel, as established by the Recovery of Public Property (Special Provisions) Act, is chaired by Chief Okoi Obla Obono who is a special adviser to the President. On the 18th of April 2019, Chief Obono was invited to participate in our anti-corruption and transparency tweetmeet. It was an opportunity for citizens…

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#tweetdebate

#tweetdebate between APC and PDP It is evidential that corruption is one of Nigeria’s biggest challenges. Local and International observers alike are aware of the concerning level of corruption in the country. Billions of Dollars meant for infrastructural development have been misappropriated and mismanaged. It is in this light that TapNitiative considered it crucial, as…

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