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CENTRE FOR ANTI-CORRUPTION AND OPEN LEADERSHIP

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Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL) officially registered as a Non-Governmental, non profit-making organization in Nigeria has put in about 13 years into the business of research, enlightenment, advocacy and monitoring of government activities with a view to reducing corruption. Our vision is a Nigeria without corruption. Our mission is to use any legal and civilized means available to cause relevant authorities to probe and try all corrupt leaders in public and private institutions. CACOL has been at the fore front of enlightening members of the society on the virtues of living modest and corrupt-free lives. We have organized public enlightenment programmes at regular intervals on the need to be good leaders. We have come up with researches, studies and surveys on needy areas and unanswered questions concerning corruption which culminated in some of our publications which include 8-page bi-monthly Corruption Watch pamphlet, 60-page Quarterly The GATE and 400-page Annual Lagos Open Parliament among others.

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Pictures from the CACOL’s Consultative Meeting with the grassroots of Ikeja Division of Lagos State

Pictures from the CACOL’s Consultative Meeting with the grassroots of Ikeja Division of Lagos State with the theme: PRIORITIZING ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY ISSUES DURING THE UPCOMING 2023 ELECTIONS IN LAGOS STATE.
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HUSHPUPPI VS. ABBA KYARI: CACOL URGES KYARI TO BE READY FOR TRIAL

The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL) has called on Commander, IGP Intelligence Response Monitoring Team, DCP Abba Kyari, to be ready to submit himself for trial.
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CONVICTION AND SENTENCING OF FAROUK LAWAN: CACOL COMMENDS ICPC, ASKS FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS.

The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL, has hailed the conviction and sentencing of a former member of the House of Representatives, Farouk Lawan, by The High Court of the Federal Capital Territory for demanding a bribe of $3m and receiving $500,000 from businessman, Femi Otedola.
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CACOL COMMENDS JUDICIARY FOR SENTENCING ATUCHE TO 12-YEAR IMPRISONMENT.

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UNREMITTED N2TRN: CACOL BACKS SENATE’S RESOLVE TO PROBE REVENUES BEING REMITTED BY THE MDAS BETWEEN 2014 AND 2020

Press Release from The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL, on UNREMITTED N2TRN BY THE MDAS BETWEEN 2014 AND 2020
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