EndLooting, Enough is Enough: Stop the Looting of Public Funds in Nigeria!
Nigeria ranked 145th out of 180 countries in the 2023 Corruption Perception Index, with a score of only 25%.
This means the public perception of corruption in our government is alarmingly high, and it's impacting all of us.
Elected and appointed officials are supposed to serve the people, not themselves. Yet, we see looting of public funds, financial indiscipline, and misappropriation happening right before our eyes.
- Hospitals lacking basic equipment while legislators cruise in N160 million SUVs.
- Teachers struggling to make ends meet while public officials pocket unrealistic salaries and allowances.
- Infrastructure crumbling while funds meant for development disappear into private pockets.
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This blatant disregard for the people's well-being is stealing our future. It's impeding development, eroding trust, and deepening inequality.
We can't stay silent anymore!
Here's what we can do:
- Speak out! Share this message, raise your voice on social media, and demand accountability.
- Report corruption! Transparency International provides a platform to anonymously report suspected cases: https://www.transparency.org/en/countries/nigeria
- Hold your elected officials accountable! Ask them tough questions, demand transparency, and vote for candidates who prioritize integrity.
Together, we can fight corruption and build a better Nigeria. It's time to reclaim our resources and our future!Spread awareness, share this message, and let's make a difference!
Let's work together to create a more transparent and accountable Nigeria!
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