How can Nigerians report the cases of corruption they encounter? Can they seek legal advice and redress? Are there mechanisms in place to make reporting corruption easy?
In this week’s episode, we discuss lessons learned from the ALAC initiative of the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC). We examine the effectiveness of the ALAC mobile hotline, the challenges faced in getting people to report corruption, and the opportunity for rural communities to report service delivery challenges they face as a result of corruption.
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