Integrity and the Nigeria 2019 elections

In Nigeria there is a popular saying that goes “politics is a dirty game” but this can become a self-fulfilling prophesy.

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A deep dive into Nigeria’s selection process

In my interactions with fellow citizens, I have found that many people are simply not aware of the damaging effects of corruption. There is an entire subset of Nigerian people that believe that corruption is normal and even necessary for society to function; that integrity is simply an ideal that is of little benefit to anybody.

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Nigeria: «Integrity Idol», une émission de télévision anti-corruption

La deuxième saison d’«Integrity Idol» vient de s’achever au Nigeria. Ce programme de télévision désigne le ou la fonctionnaire le plus honnête. Le vainqueur de l’édition 2018 s’appelle Abdul Majid Oniyanyi et siège à la cour fédérale d’Abuja, la capitale.

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Nigeria announces winner of Integrity Idol

The campaign aims to highlight integrity and honesty in outstanding government officials.

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Nuso Eziechi named Nigeria’s first-ever ‘Integrity Idol’

Nuso Eziechi, a staff of Nigeria’s Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) has been named the country’s first-ever Integrity Idol for her “honest, responsible and accountable” approach to work and ensuring “standards are upheld despite the challenges”.

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