Abuja - The National Bureau of Statistics together with the
European Union and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime will be conducting
a survey on how corruption affects Nigerians, Punch reported.
The survey is expected to be conducted in all 36 states
including the Federal Capital Territory.
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Chief Executive of the NBS, Yemi Kale, has stated that the
survey would enable the bureau to determine the direct experiences of the
people with corruption.
Kale further expressed that this is a follow up pilot survey
which was held earlier in Delta, Oyo Katsina and Kwara states.
The survey is expected to end in the next two weeks.
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