Through visionary leadership, creativity and effective implementation of our ideas, we empower people, their transactions, systems and institutions against corruption.
Having examined other extant regulations in the United Kingdom (UK) in the first part of this article which showed clearly that it is a serious error to conclude that the guiding UK law expressly permit the sort of unfettered powers assigned the Nigerian Petroleum Minister in the PIB (Petroleum Industry Bill), it is good to examine further evidence within that same law as well as the key fundamental institutional differences that marked Nigeria apart from the UK. For instance, the specific law (1998 UK Petroleum Act) generously quoted by Ejiofor Alike in his article makes it clear that when the Secretary of State makes regulations, such would be subject to the concurrence of the legislature. Read more
Integrity Organization is committed is an anti-corruption, research and advocacy organization. Its activities are centered on the aim to reduce the tolerance for corruption in Nigeria.
Integrity Nigeria (ABUJA)
Suite D9/D15, Rukayyat Plaza, Plot 93 Obafemi Awolowo Way Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria
Tel - +234 816 447 2520
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
17A, House 2, Muyibat Oyefusi Crescent,
Off Akinola Adegunwa Street, Off Adeyemo Akapo Street,
Omole Phase I, Ikeja, Lagos.
Tel - +234 1 791 5712
No 13, Ahmed Daku Street, off Sokoto Road, Kano, Kano.
2012 Copyright Integrity Nigeria | Powered by j19Media