In Nigeria, perhaps no institution is associated with corruption more than the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. In a conversation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, NRGI director of governance programs Alexandra Gillies and co-author Aaron Sayne delved deep into their report on the labyrinthine opacity of the state-owned entity. They addressed the potential for change under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, reform priorities and the long-term struggle for clarity in the organization. For the full conversation, watch below.
CSIS Slides NNPC (PPTX 782.34 KB)
TopicsContract transparency and monitoring, Corruption, Legislation and regulation, State-owned enterprises, Tax policy and revenue collection
StakeholdersCivil society actors, Government officials, Journalists and media, Parliaments and political parties, Private sector