Battle Against Corruption in Nigeria

Corruption is an endemic disease that has eaten up every facet of the Nigerian society. Together we can defeat the worst enemy that have crippled our nation, reduced our citizens to poverty and deprived our nation of any sustainable development.

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Top 5 Cities

Total Bribe Reports 124

  • Lagos 49 (100%)
  • Abuja 26 (53%)
  • Port Harcourt 8 (16%)
  • Ikeja 6 (12%)
  • Aba 5 (10%)

The Battle Against Corruption in Nigeria!!

Fuelling Poverty (2012)

Partners and Volunteers Wanted!!! is seeking legal practitioners and lawyers, as volunteers in an efforts to prevent and combat corruption in Nigeria and to protect the rights of the ordinary Nigerian citizens against intimidation and forced bribery. BribeNigeria provides legal and policy advice on corruption matters and corruption cases, and helps defend victims of bribe cases in Nigeria. We also welcome other forms of partnerships: media, public relations, government institutions, organisations and individuals willing to join our movement. Email: info(@)


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