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Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre | 15 November, 2019

The media is an important tool for feeling the pulse of the public on any given issue. It is also a good measuring mechanism to gauge policies and actions of governments and other state actors. It is for this reason that this study undertakes a reflective look at the media’s engagement with the issue of corruption, especially as regards coverage of corruption cases emanating from various segments of the polity. The purpose is to use the media as the mirror that it is, to assess Nigeria’s grapple with the issue of corruption in all its ramifications—from allegations of corruption, investigation around corrupt practices, to prosecution of the offences. Download Full Report

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