Almost 80 per cent of Nigerians have said that corruption has worsened in the country in the last year.
This is according to an online poll conducted by PREMIUM TIMES with respect to Nigeria’s latest ranking on the corruption index by Transparency International – a global anti-corruption watchdog.
Transparency International placed Nigeria 146th on the ranking of its 2019 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) – out of 180 countries that were surveyed worldwide.
This is despite the proclaimed war on corruption by the federal government as well as claims of winning the war on corruption.
A total of 4,922 voters participated in the poll which was conducted on the PREMIUM TIMES’ website and on its official Twitter account.
The poll lasted for about seven days and was…