On PREMIUM TIMES social media platforms, we asked Nigerians what they though about Transparency International’s indexing of Nigeria as the 35th most corrupt country in the world.
On the disqus commentary tool on our site, Twitter and Facebook, we asked our readers what they thought of the rating. Nearly all respondents flatly rejected Nigeria’s placement on the log, saying the country is far more corrupt than the “generous rating” it received from TI.
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