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CORRUPTION AND THE QUESTION OF INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)
Abstract: This work is an attempt to understand Corruption and Insecurity in Nigeria using the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) as a case study. The state of corruption and insecurity in Nigeria till date is so alarming despite all the so called efforts put in place either by the Government, NGOs or any other well-meaning individuals to curb the menace. The main thrust of this paper therefore, is to critically look into (1) The causes of corruption and insecurity in Nigeria,(2). The strengths and weaknesses of the EFCC, (3). The way forward to salvage Nigerians from this cankerworm/ menace. This work made use of Expository/ Descriptive, Analytical and critical methods, as well as relying on primary and secondary data arising from the findings. The paper concludes that Nigerians should stand and speak with one voice by imploring the Government, Ngo and other well-meaning individuals to enforce the anti-corruption law to it’s fullest without fear or favour. Improving the socio_ political and Economic Life of Nigerians, supervise the activities of the EFCC, offer public awareness on the effects of corruption and insecurity in Our Economy among others, if we really want to get out of the open_ ended situation.
Keywords: Corruption, insecurity, Nigeria, Development, EFCC and Economy.