Anti-Graft Agencies And Anti Corruption Campaigns In Nigeria, 2011 To 2015

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Anti-Graft Agencies And Anti Corruption Campaigns In Nigeria, 2011 To 2015


Chapter One


Introduction

1.1 Background to the Study

Corruption constitutes a great challenge to the realization of democratic dividend in form of Education, social, economic, and political development of any nation. The issue has therefore generated public outcry and the concern of government to stem it out of the Nigerian cultural heritage.. The United Nations Global Programme against Corruption (GPAC) defines corruption as “abuse of power for private gain”. It can also be defined as a pervasion or change from the general accepted rules or laws for selfish gain (Farida, 2010). The World Bank however defines corruption as: The abuse of office for private gains. Public office is abused for private gain when an official accepts, solicits or extorts a bribe. It is also abused when private agents actively offer bribes to circumvent public offices and processes for competitive advantages or profit. Corruption is also regarded as the theft of state assets, or the diversion of state resources. Given this development therefore, corruption connotes any behavior that deviates from an established norm with regards to public trust. It also means theft of public trust whether the person concerned is elected, selected, nominated or appointed and it does not matter whether the person affected holds office or not since anybody can be corrupt. Therefore the antic raft agency has received the full mandate to investigate and prosecute allegation charges of corruption in the country. The research seek to investigate ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES AND ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015″


1.2 Statement of the Problem

The effects of corruption on the Nigerian economy have led to high level recession resulting in dwindling economic state and devastating consequence on the people. Consequently it is difficult for the nation to reap the full dividend of democracy. Corruption has deterred economic development due lack of financial resources which have otherwise being diverted by corrupt leaders into private accounts for personal aggrandisment.The issue of corruption has therefore generated greatest concern the public and the government. . The issue of corruption is further worsened by the high level of greed, poverty, political rivalry, disregard to the principle of law in the society.Therefore the anticraft agency have received the full mandate to investigate and prosecute allegation charges of corruption in the country.

The problem confronting the research is to determine the ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES AND ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015″


1.3 Objectives of the Study

To determine the impact of ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES in ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015″


1.4 Research Questions

  1. What is corruption?
  2. What is the role of ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES AND ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015

1.5 Significance of the Study

The study shall appraise ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES and their roles in ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015″

The World Bank however defines corruption as: The abuse of office for private gains. Public office is abused for private gain when an official accepts, solicits or extorts a bribe. It is also abused when private agents actively offer bribes to circumvent public offices and processes for competitive advantages or profit. Corruption is also regarded as the theft of state assets, or the diversion of state resources. Given this development therefore, corruption connotes any behavior that deviates from an established norm with regards to public trust. It also means theft of public trust whether the person concerned is elected, selected, nominated or appointed and it does not matter whether the person affected holds office or not since anybody can be corrupt.


1.6 Research Hypothesis

  • Ho The role of ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES in ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015 is not effective
  • Hi The role of ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES in ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015 is effective

1.7 Scope of the Study

The study focuses on The role of ANTI-GRAFT AGENCIES in ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN NIGERIA, 2011 to 2015


1.8 Limitations of the Study

The study was confronted by some constraint including logistics and geographical factors.


1.9 Definition of Terms

Corruption Defined

(GPAC) defines corruption as “abuse of power for private gain”. It can also be defined as a pervasion or change from the general accepted rules or laws for selfish gain (Farida, 2010). The World Bank however defines corruption as: The abuse of office for private gains. Public office is abused for private gain when an official accepts, solicits or extorts a bribe. It is also abused when private agents actively offer bribes to circumvent public offices and processes for competitive advantages or profit. Corruption is also regarded as the theft of state assets, or the diversion of state resources. Given this development therefore, corruption connotes any behavior that deviates from an established norm with regards to public trust. It also means theft of public trust whether the person concerned is elected, selected, nominated or appointed and it does not matter whether the person affected holds office or not since anybody can be corrupt


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