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Centre moves to curb graft through capacity building


With support from macfound, the anti-corruption gospel was delivered in Borno state, stimulating community members to participate in governance process and fight corruption. Photo: TWITTER/ lynnchimdindu

Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre in Africa (PAACA), with support from MacArthur Foundation, is working towards eradicating in the country through capacity building in the communities.

According to Centre’s recent report, over 4,000 projects were abandoned across the country, because of alleged corruption in the 774 councils.

The Executive Director of PAACA, Ezenwa Nwagwu, disclosed this during the weekend at an Anti-Corruption Town Hall meeting held at Command Guest House, Maiduguri, Borno State.

He said that people could be empowered with requisite skills of fighting corruption.

The skills, he added, are on people’s “sensitisation and collaboration” to carry out virtues of humility that impact their lives.


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