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The portrait of corruption in Nigeria

The Center for Media and Peace Initiatives convened a Conference on the Status of Anti-Corruption Struggle in Nigeria from the lens of Appreciative Inquiry – a concept in sustainable organizational development that emphasizes a paradigm shift and a radical departure from traditional deficit-based change to a positive strength-based change
approach to leadership. Instead of focusing on the gloom and doom of many of Nigeria’s past failures in grappling with corruption, the conference used case studies from United Nations Office of Drug and Crime – UNODC, Signature TV, and individual anecdotes to identify positive efforts to confront corruption in Nigeria.

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