Ribadu, Ezekwesili and Rewane to speak at “The Cost of Corruption” conference
Nuhu Ribadu, pioneering chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), and Obiageli Ezekwesili, former Minister of Education, will be panelists at a conference on corruption in Nigeria.
The conference call, hosted by the Federal Social Democrats (FSD), is themed “The Cost of Corruption: Understanding Corruption, How It Works in Nigeria and the Many Ways It Affects You”.
Other speakers include Funke Adesanya, a senior lawyer from Nigeria (SAN); Bismark Rewane, Managing Director, Financial Derivatives Company (FDC) Limited; Konyin Ajayi, lawyer; Ishaq Oloyede, Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and Oluseun Onigbinde, Director and Co-Founder of BudgIT, a civic technology organization.
According to FSD, the panelists were chosen “to help us X-ray the corrosive impact of corruption on the economy and the financial system; justice and judicial system; governance and social services.
“We also have in the panel the first EFCC President to offer his first-hand insight into the cost of corruption on our politics and governance.
“An example of how a harmless MDA can be a hotbed of corruption will also be presented.
“This is the 1st part of a two part series, the 2nd part will explore“ New initiatives to fight corruption ”.
You can click here to register for the conference scheduled to take place on Saturday.