PUBLICATION/ May 2018

Camouflaged Cash: How 'Security Votes' Fuel Corruption in Nigeria

Ahead of the 2019 Presidential elections in Nigeria, Transparency International and the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Center (CISLAC) are calling on candidates to commit to scrapping the unaccountable and secretive “security vote” spending – one of the most durable forms of corruption in Nigeria—saying that they fail to provide real security for citizens.

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Camouflaged Cash: How 'Security Votes' Fuel Corruption in Nigeria

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