Kole Shettima, Director Africa Office of MacArthur Foundation and VinMartin Obiora Ilo, CEO and Principal Consultant at Signature Television are among personalities speaking today at an anti-corruption conference being hosted by the Centre for Media and Peace Innitiatives in New York in collaboration with Signature Television, Abuja.
The virtual conference which is to mark Nigeria’s 61st Independence Anniversary, entitled “Is Corruption in Decline in Nigeria?” is scheduled for 10:00 am EST ( 3:00pm Nigeria time)
Others billed to speak at the conference include Dr Oliver Stolpe, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, Nigeria, Dr Uchenna Ekwo, President CMPI and Larry Freeman, Africa Affairs Analyst based in New York.
Those interested in participating in the anti-corruption conference are advised to register using the following link https://mycmpi.org/events/is-corruption-in-decline-in-nigeria/
In inviting Signature Communications to collaborate with it, CMPI said it was “In recognition of the remarkable anti-corruption projects of Signature TV in Nigeria, CMPI hereby invites your organisation to collaborate in the special conference on corruption being planned to mark the 61st Independence Anniversary of Nigeria”.
CMPI praised the support being given to Signature TV by MacArthur Foundation, which has enabled it communicate the anti-corruption fight to local audiences at the grassroots, using local Nigerian languages of Pidgin, Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba.
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