In a bid to stem the growth of corruption in Nigeria, group reaches out to Nigerian youth.
Nigeria’s premier anti-corruption civic group, Integrity, says it has completed plans to engage the country’s youth population in a fight against graft and corruption.
Soji Apampa, the Executive Director of Integrity, disclosed this in Abuja, Monday, when he led a three-person team to PREMIUM TIMES to review an ongoing partnership agreement between the two parties.
“We are signing in young people in record numbers to benefit from a free social media training that will entail them to engage in a quest through which they can earn loyalty points as they work hard to build traffic towards their chosen thematic cause,” Mr. Apampa said. Read more