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CISLAC REVEALS THAT NIGERIA SCORED 25 OUT OF 100 POINTS IN THE 2023 CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX CPI 

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CISLAC REVEALS THAT NIGERIA SCORED 25 OUT OF 100 POINTS IN THE 2023 CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX CPI                                                             31-01-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                        The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, CISLAC and the Country’s Chapter of Transparency International, has revealed that Nigeria scored 25 out of 100 points in the 2023 Corruption Perception Index, CPI.

The Executive Director, CISLAC, and Country Director, Transparency International, Auwal Rafsanjani made this known in Abuja.

Rafsanjani said that while the index did not show specific incidences of corruption in Nigeria, it indicated the perception of corruption in the country.

He added that the index was impartial, objective, and globally acknowledged as the most widely used cross-country parameter for measuring corruption.

While stating that the CPI release was not an assessment of the country’s anti-corruption agencies, he noted that the data used for the CPI was collected by independent and reputable organisations with rigorous research methodologies.

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