Curbing corruption in Nigeria
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Is the UK-Nigeria pact to fight corruption effective?

In 2016 the Nigerian government signed a landmark agreement essentially meaning that money stolen through corruption in Nigeria and transferred to the UK, can be seized and returned.

It is all part of the Nigerian president's strategy to curb corruption. But how effective is this agreement proving in practice?

From London, UK, Ijeoma Ndukwe went to find out more for Africa Business Report.

  • 06 Jan 2017
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