Anti-corruption day 2014
NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL OF NIGERIA (NCCN):
INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY 2014
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To commemorate the United Nations mandated “International Corruption Day”, the National Competitiveness Council of Nigeria (NCCN) partnered with the Clean Business Practice Initiative (CBPI) to host a moderated panel discussion.
Watch the video of the NCCN Anti-corruption discussion panel. This event saw the best minds across Nigeria, the international development society and renowned press organisations (local and international ) gather to discuss the disgnostics of corruption in Nigeria today.
“CORRUPTION – COMPLICITY OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN NIGERIA: Challenges & Solutions”
The International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed annually, on 9 December, since the passage of the United Nations Conventions Against Corruption on 31 October 2003. The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is a multilateral convention negotiated by members of the United Nations. It is the first global legally binding international anti-corruption instrument.
Nigeria has taken bold strides to reposition as Africa’s largest economy. The country presents an undeniable investment opportunity and the appetite is palpable from the flow of foreign direct investment into Nigeria over the last 5 years. This naturally comes with increased scrutiny on the perceived corruption within Nigeria as well as the strength and Independence of the Judicial System in enforcement of legal rights. Following a brief from the National Competitiveness Council of Nigeria, panellists were invited to give their insight on the reality on the ground. Discussions centered around proffering possible driven solution which are both sustainable and allow for private sector buy in.
- Thisday: NCCN Proffers Solution for Terminating Corruption in Nigeria.
- BusinessDay: Making Nigeria more competitive
- Guardian: Agbakoba, Ijewere, others parley on ways to check graft
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