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Nigerian soldiers at a checkpoint in Gwoza, a town liberated from Boko Haram. Corruption has impacted on Nigeria’s defence procurement and its military, intensifying the impact and longevity of the terrorist group. Courtesy of Sunday Alamba/AP.

Banking Sector Collaboration is Needed to Tackle Nigerian Corruption

Tom Keatinge
Newsbrief, 2 December 2016
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, AML/CTF, Africa
New approaches are needed to address Nigeria’s massive corruption problem. Engaging the banking sector, the key facilitator of the theft of the nation’s wealth in this struggle, should be an urgent priority.

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Tom Keatinge
Director, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI

Tom Keatinge is the Director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI, where his research focuses on matters at... read more

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