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Apart from bribery matters,do you handle other corruption cases?

So this is how the story goes: A stranger, “Eve David”, befriended me via Facebook, then started messaging me saying she is currently a cancer patient, who will die soon, who had inherited a big amount of money from her late husband, that she would love to leave this money(5M USD) to someone before her time comes, she even told me that she saw me on her dreams, telling me that is the Lord’s plan, you know–fate, stuff like that. So she gave me every details, reference number and everything, acct number and password crap, softcopy of an next of kind form, some kind of a certification that I will be the valid inheritant. And that I should contact this “Dr. Nnamdi Okonkwo”, director of Fidelity Bank Plc in Nigeria. I knew that this is a scam since the first email, I was just curious and it was fun during my leisure time to talk to this scammer-guy :) so I gave him my details, name and everything, which is not true, I gave him wrong name and everything, and he believed I was being fooled for this scam. Now, for this 5M USD to be transferred to my account,,there are fees that needs to be paid, this is what they had been waiting for, the crucial game of scam, asking for money. The total amount they are asking had come up to 650 USD. They said it needs to be sent via MONEYGRAM. So he gave me details who to send it to via moneygram, and I am assuming these are real details of the person behind it: John Wale Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria zipcode 23401 Mobile number +2348100114794 I don’t know If you can get somebody to find this man or to investigate this, but warning the public will sure help. I found out via Google the same scam people are reporting on the internet, exactly the same, pls open the link below: 1. 2. I can also send screenshots of our email conversations. Thank you! Just a concerned citizen here.

Mr taiwo was rubbed this year and he reported the case to state CID ondo state.they asked him to pay 40,000 to track the phones stole by the gang but he begged to pay 15,000 naira which they refused from him.please is the tracking machine not meant for government because they said the machine is owned my a police can we fight criminals if the cost is on the public

is the machine at the state CID an individual property not gorverment

a brother was rubbed and he reported the case to state cid ondo state command.he was asked to pay 40,000naira to track the criminal because they stole his phones.he begged to give them 15,000 but they said the machine is not government property but a police officer owns it.the case is pending because he cannot provide the money. my it true that Nigeria police authority did not have the needed technology in place. what if the victim is a total poor citizen,does that means the country security agency cannot do anything to help

please sir i want you to help us inquiry into bureau of public enterprises (BPE) irregularities in paying privatisation workers benefits.

Hello,I have been interested to see mention of Akin Kekere-Ekun in articles from anti-corruption events. He generally seems to enjoy a strong reputation free from allegations of corruption; is that fair, or are there concerns about his business practices?I am aware that he is an associate of Atiku’s and Fashola’s.

Hi, please can you provide some evidence regarding Akin Kerere-Ekun corrupt practices and we will verify and publish it. Thank you for contacting

My husband and son are in Nigeria and as soon as they arrived on 1/24/2014 their luggage was stolen with all his credentials, so the Embassy issued him another passport and now that he is to travel the airport is demanding $1600usd to reactivate his tickets. His airline tickets are good for a year so why does he has to pay this amount, we do not the money. please help

Please contact the airline or the head office of the airline, they should be able to resolve this issue.

How do I refernce this work?

Please use URL as the reference for your paper.

To whom it may concern, We have set up an NGO in Lebanon called “Sakker El Dekkenne” (English: Close the Shop) and we are in the process of launching its activities very soon. Our vision is a society free of corruption where citizens understand their rights and are empowered to take action where those rights are trampled or ignored by those in power. The main purpose of the Sakker el Dekkene initiative is to promote a culture of integrity and good governance by raising awareness about the danger and cost of bribery and corruption, and by making politicians accountable to citizens and putting pressure on them to initiate change. This pressure will increase the sense of urgency among public servants who will have to recognise the problem of corruption, and address it in a concrete and constructive way. Building on this, we have a multi-tools and multidisciplinary campaign (website, call center, etc…) with the objectives of collecting data, raising awareness and engaging citizens in working toward a change.To achieve this, we aim to promote transparency and integrity by increasing public awareness of corruption, in all its guises, and setting up mechanisms to eradicate it from society. To do this we need to engage with all levels of the general public, by running guerilla campaigns and, crucially, setting up a website/app through which instances of corruption can be reported and archived, providing a foundation from which we can fight individual cases. We are interested in setting up partnerships with other websites with similar aims and policies, and I would appreciate if you could get back to me about how we might achieve that. Rather than take on this burden alone, I believe it would be in everybody’s interest if we were to create synergies, increase awareness of each other’s campaigns and successes and engage in the active sharing and exchange of knowledge and experience. Best,Patrick Thompson

Hi Patrick,

Thank you for contacting, unfortunately, you forgot to leave your email address with us. We are willing to collaborate and partner with your organisation. Could you please send us your proposal at: and please include your contact details and will get back to you as soon as possible.

Kind Regards, Team

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