London - Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed and a panel of experts will debate realistic explanations for how to tackle corruption in the country on Friday, December 9 at King’s College in London, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)
How To Fix Nigeria is conceived and hosted by award-winning broadcaster Funmi Iyanda.
The series brings together a broad range of speakers to discuss practical solutions to Nigeria’s contemporary challenges.
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These challenges contributed to Transparency International’s 2015 Corruption Perceptions Index which ranked Nigeria at 136 out of 175 countries.
The discourse is expected to involve audiences in Nigeria and globally via the event’s livestream.
In a previous edition of the event in March, former CBN Governor, Charles Soludo, along with Nigerian economic affairs specialist, Feyi Fawehinmi, and Head of Africa Country Risk at IHS, Natznet Tesfay, discussed the nation’s economy, currency crisis and other infrastructural problems.
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