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7 Nov
The conference is an initiative of the Centre for Enterprise Governance. We carefully selected the topic that addresses what affects humanity, livelihood and wellbeing of everybody.
6 Nov
Official corruption, lax enforcement of extant building regulations, and poor monitoring by government officials contributed heavily to the over N1 trillion worth of property investment loss, which investors in Lagos State are suffering presently.
31 Oct
There are times in the life of a clan, people, or nation, when vice takes over the ethos of the people or the land. In such a circumstance, there is a prevalence of negative forces in the affairs of society.
29 Oct
Nigeria has overcome one of its most formidable adversaries and has secured justice that resonates far beyond its borders.
25 Oct
Thirty-One years after the National Housing Fund (NHF) scheme was established to mobilise funds for the provision of affordable houses for low-income workers and long-term loans to mortgage institutions, many contributors are yet to have roofs over their heads. 
14 Oct
The African Development Bank (AfDB) President, Dr Akinwuni Adesina, says corruption is not an African issue. Adesina said this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Saturday. According to him, what is important is to continue to improve transparency, accountability and the use of public resources. “The…
11 Oct
Oftentimes, the mere mention of the word corruption, invokes conflicting emotional reactions from different people depending on the context. For some, corrupt people are, in the Tartarean hierarchy of extreme decadence and iniquity, second only to Beelzebub...
6 Oct
Director General of National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, Prof. Ayo Omotayo, has said the death penalty for corrupt public officers, as suggested in some quarters, will not curb corruption in Nigeria.
7 Sep
Incidences of coup d’état within the West African subregion have yet again brought a new dimension to the question of democratic stability on the African continent.
7 Sep
Sre: The recent so-called benefits paid to policemen who died in active service in Kwara State have exposed the nagging injustice in the way and manner policemen are treated in Nigeria.
2 Sep
Pope Francis invoked the "wisdom" of the Mongolian people Saturday, in harmony with nature and embracing spirituality, while warning the young democracy of such modern-day risks as corruption and environmental ruin. The 86-year-old Francis, on the first papal visit to the Asian nation sandwiched between China and Russia, was feted with an official welcome ceremony…
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20 Aug 2023
The problem of corruption in Nigeria has been an ongoing issue for a very long time, profoundly influencing the nation's development, governance, and the social fabric of its population.

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