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SODOMY: 6-year-old Pupil Expose Sodomy In Abuja College.

A 6-year-old pupil of Abuja School for the Deaf, Kuje identified as Imran exposed sodomy and cannibalism at the Kuje College. Imran recounted how he was forced to watch other children slaughtered and how they were forced to eat the corpses after they were roasted. It was further learnt that the boy is in need of surgery in his anus (as he could no longer control faeces) Read More

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PROSTITUTION, CYBERCRIME: Ghana Deported About seven hundred and twenty three (723) Nigerians For Prostitution, Cyber-crime, Illegal Residence, Among Others.

The Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Ambassador Olufemi Abikoye however, protested to the Comptroller-General of Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), Mr. Kwame Asuah Takyi. He complained about the spate of deportation of Nigerians over prostitution and cybercrime. He also argued that illegal stay should not constitute a reason for deportation by virtue of the existing ECOWAS protocol on free movement of community citizens within the sub-region. Read More

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Activity: Lux Terra seminar on Religion and Anti-Corruption .

Lux Terra seminar on Religion and Anti-Corruption. The Seminar was held at IBETO Hotels, Gudu, Abuja on 1st October 2018. The seminar focused on Religion and Anti-Corruption. In the course of the seminar, speakers spoke on the Corruption and the Religious aspect of corruption. At the end of the Seminar, it was agreed that religious bodies can also play pivotal roles in the fight against corruption. Read More

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Activity: National Anti-Corruption Strategy Review Workshop.

Rule of Law and Anti-corruption (Rolac) workshop on the National Anti-Corruption Strategy Review.

The workshop was held at Bolton White Hotel, Area 11. It was attended by CSO with the aim of reviewing the National Anti-Corruption Strategy document before implementation. During the program, CSO’s were divided into groups and came up with relevant input in the document. The organization benefitted by being one of the first CSOs that were privileged to view the document before implementation, thereby making necessary input which were taken into consideration before making the document public. Read More

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Activity: State of States Report Launch 2018.

State of States Report Launch 2018 with the Co-founder of BudgIT and the principal lead.

The Launch was held at Ladi Kwali Center, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja on 18 September 2018. The fiscal structure report from 9 months research which was conducted by the State of States was presented.

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Corruption: Transparency International Ranks Nigeria 144th World’s Least Corrupt Country.

Global anti-corruption watchdog, Transparency International (TI), has again ranked Nigeria low in its 2018 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) released on 29th January 2019. The latest ranking has Nigeria in the 144th position out of 180. The country, according to the CPI, scored 27 out of 100, a figure lower than the average in the Sub-Sharan region. With a score of 27, Nigeria remained unchanged on the CPI since 2017. The 2018 Corruptions Perceptions Index (CPI) released globally by Transparency International today reveals that Nigeria has neither improved nor progressed in the perception of corruption in the public administration in 2018.
In the country comparison, Nigeria ranks 144 out of 180 countries this year as opposed to 148 out of 180 countries in the 2017 CPI. Nigeria is thus still perceived as highly corrupt, and although the ranking shows that Nigeria moved up four (4) places, it only means that four other countries have scored worse while Nigeria stagnated.
CPI score relates to perceptions of the degree of corruption as experienced by business people and analysts and ranges between 100 (highly clean) and 0 (highly corrupt). Read More

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Terrorism: Nigeria’s Battle With Boko Haram

Boko Haram, an insurgency led by the Islamist group has claimed lots of lives. Some of the group’s activities includes terrorism, kidnapping, suicide bombings and destruction of properties. The insurgency has scared off international investors, particularly in Nigeria.

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Counter Terrorism: Nigeria Security Tracker

The Nigeria Security Tracker (NST) is a project of The Council on Foreign Relations’ program that tracks the occurrence of violence in Nigeria. An example of such violence is the Boko Haram insurgency. The data are based on weekly surveys of Nigerian and International media.

Read More>>> https://www.cfr.org/nigeria/nigeria-security-tracker/p29483?fbclid=IwAR2Z7X41a6vqXDhei_hnW9sxEDj8WoEoJHnXx4TGSvCBvZ_RjwFCuN9pTJM Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Junior Secondary School Kubwa, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Tuesday 15th May 2018,  visited Junior Secondary School Kubwa, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 10:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Uket Jonah. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Junior Secondary School Asokoro, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Monday, 1st March 2018,  visited Junior Secondary School Galadimawa, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12 pm, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Lynda Nzenwa. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Junior Secondary School Galadimawa, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Monday 5th March 2018,  visited Junior Secondary School Galadimawa, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Kare Ayah. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Glorious Crown Academy, Karu, Nasarawa State.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Thursday 25th January 2018,  visited Glorious Crown Academy, Karu, Nasarawa State, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Uket Jonah. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Junior Secondary School Tudun Wada, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Friday 9th November 2017,  visited Government Secondary School Tudun Wada, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 10:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Lynda Nzenwa. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Junior Secondary School Maitama, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Wednesday 28th February 2018,  visited Junior Secondary School Maitama, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Olatomiwa. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Nigeria Sensitization Team Storm King of Kings Secondary School, Lugbe, Abuja.

As part of its objectives which is creating awareness on fraud and other related matters, Center for Counter Fraud Awareness on Friday 26th May, 2017 visited King of Kings Secondary School, Lugbe, Abuja to sensitize them on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30pm had in attendance teachers and students of the school and the awareness team of CCFA headed by Lynda Nzenwa Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Sensitization Team Accompanied by Dr. Nelson Aluya Sensitized Student At Char-Rah Prime Academy Kuchikau Masaka, Nasaraw State.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Thursday 25th January 2018 visited Char-rah Prime Academy Kuchikau Masaka, Nasarawa State, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:00 am had in attendance Glorious Crown Academy Kuchikau Masaka, Nasarawa State another secondary school within that axis, the principal of both schools, the entire staff of CCFA and Dr. Nelson Aluya a Medical Director at the New York Extended Care Facility New Jersey United States of America and Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Rutgers University Medical School New Jersey. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Government Girls Secondary School Dutse, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Friday 17th November 2017,  visited Government Girls Secondary School Dutse, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 10:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by James Nweke. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Government Secondary School Gwarimpa, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Friday 10th November 2017,  visited Government Secondary School Gwarimpa, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Madam Hadiza Yakubu. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Government Secondary School Rubochi, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Tuesday 3rd September 2017 visited Government Secondary School Wuse, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 11:30 am, had in attendance the school’s VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Mr Jonah Uket. Read More

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Sensitization: CCFA Awareness Team Sensitizing Students at Government Girls Secondary School Abaji, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Wednesday 4th October 2017 visited Government Girls Secondary School Abaji, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.
The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mr Ifeanyi O. and Mr D. Bako of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Mr Jonah Uket. Read More

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