Despite President Muhammadu Buhari’s corruption fight, Nigeria was among countries ranked highest in corruption practices by Transparency International.
The country in a graphical representation scored 27 over 100, and was ranked 144/180 countries studied.
Somalia, a country located at Sub-Saharan Africa was listed as the highest country with the highest corruption report. It scored 10 over 100 and was raked 180 out of 180 countries analyzed.
However, Denmark, a country located at Western Europe & European Union scored 88 over 100 and was ranked 1st and the best country with a ‘No’ or little corruption report.
Nigeria was placed in the same rank with Comoros, Guatemala, Kenya and Mauritania. The five countries scored 27/100, and was awash with the same rank, 144/180.
The Transparency International analysis reveals corruption contributing to a global crisis of democracy.