Coverage for the French speakers among us. Executive Director, Onyinye Ough was interviewed by Mélanie Gonzalez for France Culture about her book Emeka’s Money. Interview is about 3 minutes from the end of the clip.
Nigeria La corruption expliquée aux enfants par Onyinye Ough – auteure littérature jeunesse – c’était aujourd’hui dans
La face cachée du globe, sur France Culture, à réécouter ici
What are the factors that limit objective media reporting in Nigeria? Does Nigeria have a free press or does it just go to the highest bidder? The Step Up Nigeria team are joined by Mr Ajibola Amzat, Editor at the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) to discuss corruption in the media and consider what can be done to tackle it.
The Step Up Nigeria team are joined by Ene Nwakpa, Executive Director of Right to Know Nigeria to discuss the role of Freedom of Information (FOI) in tackling corruption.
The Step Up Nigeria team discuss the role of Supreme Audit Institutions in the fight against corruption. This episode covers issues such as Nigeria’s 2016 Audit, which for the first time ever was ‘qualified’, the challenges in holding NNPC to account compared with other revenue agencies, and the emerging collaborative partnerships between Nigeria’s Supreme Audit Institution, other anti-corruption agencies, the Public Accounts Committee and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs)- all aimed to help strengthen accountability.
The Step Up Nigeria team are joined by special guest Mr. Ismail Adeleye, Director at the Office of the Auditor General for the Federation.