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Nigeria’s Corruption Perception Index (1996-2018)

 

By: Gifted Hands Research Team / Image Credit: thewillnigeria

Corruption Perception Index is an index which ranks countries based on the perceived levels of corruption in their public sector. It is based on a score between 0 and 100 inclusive. The higher the score, the lower the level of corruption and the lower the score, the higher the level of corruption.

Chart 1: Nigeria’s Corruption Perception Index (1996-2018)


Source: Transparency International/ Gifted Hands Research

 

According to the Transparency International, Nigeria’s score was 28, recorded in 2016 which means between 1996 and 2018, the year 2016 was when Nigeria recorded the least level of corruption. On the flip side, the country was ranked 54th out of the 54 countries surveyed in 1996 with a score of 6.9. Therefore, corruption was at its peak in Nigeria in 1996.

Table 1: Nigeria’s Corruption Perception Index Table

 

Year

Score

1996

6.9

1997

17

1998

19

1999

16

2000

12

2001

10

2002

16

2003

14

2004

16

2005

19

2006

22

2007

22

2008

27

2009

25

2010

24

2011

24

2012

27

2013

25

2014

27

2015

26

2016

28

2017

27

2018

27

Source: Transparency International

 

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