TI, CISLAC deplore alleged graft in defence sector
Transparency International, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) and other stakeholders have lamented the alleged corruption in Nigeria’s defence sector.
CSOs criticise attacks on human rights activists
The Coalition of 32 Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working to promote democracy and human rights have expressed grave concerns about the rise in the level of attacks targeted at human rights activists in the country.
Mass arrest of looters threatens prison decongestion policy
Mass arrest and detention of suspected COVID-19 palliative looters across states of the Federation threatens Federal Government’s plan to decongest correctional facilities’ detention centres.
CSO urges govt to create accessible data ecosystem
Executive Director, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)/ Transparency International, Nigeria, Mr. Auwal Ibrahim Musa (Rafsanjani), has urged government to create a data ecosystem where citizens...
CISLAC, OXFAM partner to strengthen fiscal responsibility framework
As part of efforts aimed at turning around the country’s fiscal management systems, stakeholders have been advised to rise up to their responsibilities, to right the wrongs.
Report alleges high-level money laundering in Nigeria’s real estate sector
A new report released by Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, (CISLAC) has alleged high-level money laundering in real estate sector, revealing how corrupt Nigerians engage estate...
CISLAC partners lawmakers, others on security
The connection between national security and economic growth can’t be overemphasised. For Nigeria as a nation, the country in the last decade had witnessed series of unending crises from ethnicity, to religion and lately the insurgency
Hard times in Buhari’s change regime
As governments in other climes strive to ameliorate the adverse effects of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) through palliative measures, bailouts and waivers...