Efficient Implementation of Anti-corruption Commitments by the Govt. the Only Way to thrash Nigeria’s economic and financial Dilemma - CISLAC


An NGO, Civil Society Legislative Centre (CISLAC) in Nigeria has advocated for efficient implementation of anti-corruption commitments by the government to thrash Nigeria’s economic and financial problem.

This call was made by the CISLAC Executive Director, Mr Auwal Rafsanjani, during a presentation at a media interaction at the IMF/World Bank Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. in the US

He said making more commitment regarding implementation of the said commitments of Nigerian government would tremendously  tackle corruption in the nation’s oil industry.

‘’ corruption in the oil and gas sector  is exposed in multiple categories , oil theft and all other forms of sabotage within the trade value chain – fuel subsidy and other unproductive incentives inclusive.

Auwal Rafsanjani is also the Head of Transparency International – Nigeria, he stressed sanguinity that putting to action intentional commitments would definitely crippled the menace corruption in Nigeria, describing beneficial ownership disclosure and contract transparency as the most prominent to the citizens

He said corruption had led the country into so many crises a situation where this revered sector was rather sapping revenue from the government instead of contributing substantially to fund developmental projects.

 “Fighting Corruption has the capacity to trim down economic sabotaging tools to the brim, it has the tendency of decreasing the rate of insecurity being the major Nigeria’s case banishing any iota of progress’’.

Rafsanjani said the easy way out in the financial sector is to make tax incentive productive and reduce budgetary capacity as well as the squander.


He also advocated for a procurement council which would lessen the rate  of office misuse.

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