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The Presentation of Transparency and Integrity Index (TII) 2021, by Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW).

Senate, CFTIW Partner to Review Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Strategy

On 9th and 10th June 2021, the Senate Committee on Anti-Corruption and Financial Crimes ably headed by the Chairman, Senator Sulaiman Abdu Kwari, summoned Ministries Departments and Agencies to make a formal report on the level of implementation of the National Anti – Corruption Strategy (NACS) 2017-2021.

President Muhammadu Buhari in 2017 approved the NAC strategy to improve the governance of public institutions at federal, state, and local government levels.
The strategy is specifically designed to promote a multi-approach on; strengthening the legal and institutional framework of anti-corruption bodies; mainstreaming anti-corruption principles into governance and service delivery; strengthening accountability, integrity and transparency sub-national public administration.

With technical support from the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), the exercise assessed how government agencies are implementing strategies to fight corruption, as enshrined in the National Anti-Corruption Strategy (NACS) 2017-2021; identify gaps and lapses, and explore ways to make improvement on curbing the menace of corruption from the grassroots.
In attendance were the Executive Chairman of the ICPC, Professor Bolaji Owonsanoye and his team, the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mr Mele Kyari, was also present to make a presentation on how he has been tackling corruption in the extractive industry. The Director-General of the National Orientation Agency, Dr. Garba Abari, also made invaluable contributions.

Others Include representatives of the vice president office, Professor Fatima Aliyu Abubakar; the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU), the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), represented by Director of Planning, Mr Bamanga Bello; the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), represented by the director of the infrastructure, Dr. Usman Abdullahi; the Federal Ministry of Justice (FMOJ), represented by Ms. Chisom M. Aghadinun; Bureau for Public Procurement, represented by Aliyu Adamu, Director Regulation, Database and ICT; Office of Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, represented by Ibiene Roberts Patricia, Perm. Sec. Special Duties Office; The Nigerian Customs Service, represented by Ag. ACG Investigation, Enforcement and Inspection, UG Muhammad. Also, in attendance were representatives of the Technical Unit on Governance and Anti-Corruption Reforms (TUGAR), and Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC); and of the representatives of CSOs: Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA) and United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

In his final remarks, the Chairman applauded the agencies for their commitment towards ensuring the successful implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy and urged them to put more effort on bridging the gaps in the implementation of the policy as the deadline expired. He also extended his warm regards to the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch for coming with such initiative.
Finally, the chairman, on behalf of the Senate pledged to support the president, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, in his fight against corruption.

CeFTIW Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff pay a courtesy visit to Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU).

Being a critical stakeholder in anti-corruption reforms, theBoard of Trustees, Advisors, and staff of the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW) paid a courtesy visit to the Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) on  27th April 2021.

As the sole agency responsible for the dissemination of financial intelligence, the visit focused on seeking strategies to advocate for the strengthening of the legal framework of the NFIU to enable it to enhance its operational efficiency.

The team briefed the Director of NFIU, Mr. Modibbo Tukur and Management staff on previous work on legislative advocacy.

The Director commended the Center and expressed his support for CeFTIW and other CSO that are contributing t the fight against corruption.

CeFTIW Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff pay a courtesy visit to the Chairman, Technical Unit on Governance & Anti-Corruption Reforms

In line with the implementation of the Strengthening the Anti-Corruption Environment in Nigeria (SACEN) project, which is supported by the MacArthur Foundation, members of the Board of Trustees and staff of the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), on 22nd April  2021, paid a courtesy visit to the management of Technical Unit on Governance & Anti-Corruption Reforms (TUGAR) to fashion out areas of collaboration and strengthening the implementation process of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy (NACS) 2017-2021.

CeFTIW Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff pay a courtesy visit to the Chairman, House Committee on Financial Crimes.

In line with the Strengthening Anti-Corruption Environment in Nigeria (SACEN) project, the Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff of Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), on the 6th April  2021, paid a courtesy visit to the Chairman,House Committee on Financial Crimes Committee, Honourable Ibrahim Abdullahi Dutse.

The visit was to seek collaboration between CeFITW and the House Committee on Financial Crimes, towards assessing areas of legislation that requires fortification in order to sustain the fight against corruption.

The Committee Chairman and his team appreciated CeFTIW for the visit and pledged their support towards ensuring that critical bills are passed under this current dispensation. He urged the CeFTIW to increase its advocacy by training legislators on anti-corruption bills.

CeFTIW Board of Trustees pay a courtesy visit to the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML).

On 23rd March 2021, the Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff of Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW) paid a courtesy visit to the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML).

As critical institution in combatting money laundering and corruption, the visit was focused on seeking  partnership with SCUML in the area of reducing corruption, money laundering and financing of terrorism using Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions (DNFBPs).

As a cash-based economy, SCUML has over the years been a model for other countries to emulate in terms of effective supervision of DNFBPs.

The current Director of SCUML, Mr. Dan Isei, commended the center’s efforts and advised on the need to improve the capacity building of anti-corruption agencies.

CeFTIW Board of Trustees pay a courtesy visit to the office of the Honorable Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami S.A.N.

On 23rd of February 2021, the Board of Trustees, Advisors and Staff of Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW) paid a courtesy visit to the office of Honorable Attorney General of the Federation.

The purpose of the visit was to brief the attorney general of the federation, Abubakar Malami, SAN, and seek for political support at the high level in order to strengthening the legal framework related to anti-corruption in Nigeria, and to brief the attorney general on our engagement by MacArthur foundation to seek ways of strengthening the anti-corruption war by legislative advocacy.

Specifically, the Center seeks for the passage of critical bills such as; Proceed of Crime Bill (POCA), Whistle Blower Protection Bill, Witness Protection Bill, Audit Bill as well as the and the Amendment of EFCC Act, NFIU Act and ICPC Act.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization Team Educates Students at Junior Secondary School Wuse Zone 2, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW) on Monday 11th March 2019, visited Government Junior Secondary School Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization Team Educates Students at Junior Secondary School, Apo Resettlement, Abuja.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), Formerly the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) on Wednesday 30th January 2019 visited Junior Secondary School, Apo Resettlement, Abuja to sensitize students on Corruption, Human Trafficking, Drug Abuse and other related matters.

The program which started at about 10:30am had in attendance the representative of the school principal, Mrs Onuoha Judith Oluchi and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Miss Kare Ayah.

The presentation which was divided into two parts, started with an introduction of CeFTIW as anon-profit organization to the students, a short drama titled ‘Speak Out’ the drama aimed at enlightening students on the consequences of keeping bad company and abusing drugs. The second part was a lecture on corruption, drug abuse, human trafficking, cyber-crime and other related matters and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society.

The interactive session brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or even death.

At the end of the session at 11.10am, questions were asked by students and teachers. It endedwith a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization Visited Junior Secondary School, Tudun Wada, Abuja, to sensitize students on corruption, human trafficking, drug abuse and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Tuesday 29th, January 2019 visited Junior Secondary School, Tudun Wada, Abuja to sensitize students on corruption, human trafficking, drug abuse and other related matters.

The program which started at about 1:20 pm had in attendance the Principal, Mrs Hauwa Modibo, the Vice Principal Academics, Mr Madaki Alhamdu the Computer Instructor and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Miss Lynda Nzenwa.

The session began with Jonah Uket who introduced CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students and handed over to the presenter of the day, David Jumbo. The students were educated on crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society.

The interactive session brought to their attention that involving in heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others were illegal and these acts had grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving jail terms or even death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers followed by a photo and interview session.

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Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), attended the Launch of SOLO (Save Our Loved Ones) organized by Reconnect Health Development Initiative, held at 5th Chukker, Kaduna State on the 19th day of June, 2018.

The launch which focused on Mental Health and Drug Abuse had in attendance, Her Excellency Hajiya Aisha Ummi Garba El-Rufai, Wife of the Executive Governor of Kaduna State, School Administrators and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)’.

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Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), was Consulted by Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) on the Issues of Harnessing Data to Fight Corruption in Nigeria.

Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), was shortlisted as one of the recommended of several organizations with whom Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) are consulting on the issues of harnessing data to fight corruption in Nigeria.
TAI seek to learn from grantees and other experts in Nigeria on how to ensure greater uptake of available data. To that end, TAI organized a one one-day convening in Abuja.
The all-day convening was held on February 1st 2018 at Community Park Bassan Plaza, 10th Street, Central Area District, Abuja, FCT. The programme began at 9:00 and end at 18:00. CeFTIW joined about 25-30 other anti-corruption leaders, primarily working in civil society organizations alongside founders from US. Organizations present at the event includes Ford Foundation (US and Nigeria), MacArthur Foundation (US and Nigeria), Accountability Lab (US and Nigeria), Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), One Campaign Nigeria, AR Media Amplified Limited, Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ), Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA), Connected Development (CODE), TAI etc.
The convening was engaging, peer-to-peer sharing and co-learning event; there was no power point presentations or panels. Rather, we were host as small-group, focused conversations on particular barriers, challenges, and potential solutions related to data-driven, anti-corruption work.
This convening was hosted as part of TAI Nigeria scoping mission, in which they aim to leave with a clearer understanding of how they can better provide support, tailor their investments, and improve donor coordination to leverage opportunities for anti-corruption progress nationally. In particular, they are interested in the power and potential of data disclosures and use for strengthening accountability outcomes.

Example Topics of Conversations in the Programme Includes

  1. How might government and CSOs partner to generate/use data to inform recovery of stolen assets?
  2. What specific types of information, tools, capacity building, or other resources would help advance your anti-corruption work?
  3. What are your tips and tactics in working with government officials? How do you influence them and/or build trust to access data you cannot otherwise get or for officials to act on civil society data analysis?

About Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI): is a donor collaborative consisting of Ford Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Omidyar Network, Open Society Foundations, and the UK Department for International Development.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited G.G.S.S. Abaji to educate student on Human Trafficking and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Wednesday 4th October 2017 visited Government Girls Secondary School Abaji, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mr Ifeanyi O. and Mr D. Bako of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket. The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Secondary School Garki, Abuja to educate student on Human Trafficking and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Thursday 28th September 2017 visited Government Secondary School Garki, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Pst. Kennedy and Hajiya Lawal of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket.

The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the interactive presentation, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Day Secondary School Gwagwalada, Abuja to educate student on Human Trafficking and other related matters.

As part of our objectives in promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Thursday 28th September 2017 Government Day Secondary School Gwagwalada, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mrs Banta and Pastor Kennedy of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school Vice-Principal Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket.

The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.

At the end of the session at 3.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Day Secondary School Karu, Abuja to educate student on Human Trafficking and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Wednesday 27th September 2017 visited Government Day Secondary School Karu, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mrs Janet and Mr D. Bako of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket.

The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Secondary School Nyanya, Abuja to educate student on Human Trafficking and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Tuesday 26th September 2017 visited Government Secondary School Nyanya, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mrs M. Okhilua and Pastor Kennedy of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket.

The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society.

The interactive session brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or even death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Secondary School Karshi, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Monday 25th September 2017 visited Government Secondary School Karshi, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance Mr Bako D, and Mr Kennedy of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CCFA headed by Mr Jonah Uket.

The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CCFA as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences. The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.

At the end of the session at 2.00pm, questions were asked by students and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session.

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Transparency International (TI), visits the Chairman, House Committee on Financial Crimes, Honourable Kayode Oladele, at his office in National Assembly Complex Abuja.

Transparency International (TI) lead by Its chairperson, Delia Ferreira Rubio visited the Chairman, House Committee on Financial Crimes Honourable Kayode Oladele also a Board Member of Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly The Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA) at the National Assembly for discussions around anti-corruption legislation and transparency in governance.
Also present at the meeting was the Executive Director of CeFTIW, Umar Yakubu, the Executive Director of Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), Auwal Ibrahim Musa and the African Regional Adviser of Transparency International, Samuel Kalinda.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Secondary School Bwari, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

As part of its objectives which is creating awareness on fraud and other related matters, Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Wednesday 20th September, 2017 visited Government Secondary School Bwari Abuja to sensitize them on crime and other related matters. The program which started at about 12:30pm had in attendance Mrs Banta and Mr D. Bako of the monitoring unit of Secondary Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the awareness team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket. The presentation was divided in two parts, namely, introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students and a lecture on crime and its consequences. The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories, punishment melted out on criminals, effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and on the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to the attention of the students that certain acts like cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal and engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like serving of jail terms, having criminal records or death sentence. At the end of the presentation, students asked questions that were answered by the Sensitization team of CeFTIW.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Government Secondary School Kubwa, Abuja, to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

As part of its objectives which is creating awareness on fraud and other related matters, Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Wednesday 20th September, 2017 visited Government Secondary School Kubwa Abuja to sensitize them on crime and other related matters. The program which started at about 12:30pm had in attendance Mrs M. Okhilua and Mr Kennedy of the monitoring unit of Secondry Education Board (SEB), the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the awareness team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket. The presentation was divided in two parts, namely, introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students and a lecture on crime and its consequences. The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories, punishment melted out on criminals, effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and on the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to the attention of the students that certain acts like cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal and engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like serving of jail terms, having criminal records or death sentence. At the end of the presentation, students asked questions that were answered by the Sensitization team of CeFTIW Nigeria.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited Char-rah Prime Academy Masaka, Nasarawa State to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

As part of our objectives on promoting awareness on fraud and other related matters, the Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly the Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Wednesday 20th September 2017 visited Char-rah Prime Academy Masaka, Nasarawa State to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

The program which started at about 12:30 pm, had in attendance, the school VP Academics, teachers and students of the school and the Advocacy Team of CeFTIW headed by Mr Jonah Uket. The presentation was divided into two parts, namely, the introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students, a short drama and a lecture on crime and its consequences. The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories; punishment meted out on criminals, law enforcement agencies, and effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and the society. During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to their attention that heinous acts of cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal. Engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like the destruction of families, serving of jail terms or death.and teachers. It ended with a photo and interview session. Follow @ccfanigeria on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more information.

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SENSITIZATION: Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), Sensitization visited King of Kings Secondary School, Lugbe, Abuja to sensitize students on crime and other related matters.

As part of its objectives which is creating awareness on fraud and other related matters, Center for Fiscal Transparency and Integrity Watch (CeFTIW), formerly Center for Counter Fraud Awareness (CCFA), on Friday 26th May, 2017 visited King of Kings Secondary School, Lugbe, Abuja to sensitize them on crime and other related matters.


The program which started at about 12:30pm had in attendance teachers and students of the school and the awareness team of CeFTIW headed by Lynda Nzenwa

The presentation was divided in two parts, namely, introduction of CeFTIW as a non-profit organization to the students and a lecture on crime and its consequences.

The students were made to understand crime, its types and categories, punishment melted out on criminals, effects of criminal acts on them as individuals and on the society.

During the presentation, which was interactive, it was brought to the attention of the students that certain acts like cultism, examination malpractice, vandalism, online dating fraud, burglary, drug abuse/trafficking, rape, and others, are illegal and engaging in these acts have grievous consequences like serving of jail terms, having criminal records or death sentence.

At the end of the presentation, students asked questions that were answered by Adebayo Iyanda.

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