For several decades, Nigeria, Africa’s economic giant, has struggled with corruption, especially in relation to public procurement at the federal, state, and municipal/local levels of government. In 2022, Nigeria obtained 24 out of a possible 100 points in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). This is the same score as the Central African Republic, Guatemala, and Tajikistan and well below the global average of 43 out of 100. Corruption impedes the functioning of the public sector and the economy with a debilitating effect on quality of public service delivery. Corruption can also breed political instability and social unrest, which serves extremists and can lead to long-term insecurity.
August 25, 2023
Can we change the narrative on corruption in public procurement in Nigeria?
CSEA participated in the Policy Research Methodology and Analysis Trainingat the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI), Accra Ghana onSeptember 12-15, 2016.The training was aimed at enhanci