A state anti-corruption strategy provides a framework for coordination.  ©

British Council/Chris Morgan

One of the most pressing problems facing Nigeria is corruption. A National Anti-Corruption Strategy (NACS) was adopted in 2017 to coordinate and guide all sectors and stakeholders in the fight against corruption. The strategy has three levels of implementation, with the third focused on sub-national buy-in.

RoLAC worked with several states to develop state-specific anti-corruption and integrity strategies that are aligned to the NACS. The aim was to provide a framework for coordinating the efforts of all public and private agencies in the state for more transparent, accountable, and responsive governance and service delivery. 

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