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To rid Nigeria off Corruption through lawful enforcement and preventive measures.



A University free from all forms of corruption and corrupt practices.



The difference between School and Life is that, in school you are taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you are given a test that teaches you a lesson.


The Federal University Lafia Anti- Corruption Unit is positioned to serve the interests of the independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission.


It is against the law to knowingly file a false crime report and is considered a misdemeanor in the Nigeria panel code (148.5)



Generally speaking, corruption can be defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. Corruption can be classified as grand, petty and political, depending on the amount of money lost and the sector where it occurs.



Grand Corruption consists of acts committed at a high level of government that distort policies or the central functioning of the state, enabling leaders to benefit at the expense of the public good. Petty Corruption refers to every day abuse of entrusted power by low and mid-level public officials in their interaction with ordinary citizens who often are trying to access basic goods in places like hospitals, schools, police departments and other agencies.


Political Corruption: Is a manipulation of policies, instructions and rules of procedure in the allocation of resources and financing by political decision makers, who abuse their position to sustain their power, status and wealth.



Transparency is about shedding light on rules, plans processes and actions. it is knowing why, how, what and how much. Transparency ensures that public officials, civil servant, board members and business people act visibly and understandably, and report on their activities. And it means that the general public can hold them to account. It is the surest way of guarding against Corruption, and helps increase trust in the people and institution on which our future depend.

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