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International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre

We support the establishment of an International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre to be managed by National Crimes Agency, UK. We will work with NCA in promoting this centre in the African region.

Country: Nigeria

Status: inactive

Themes: Law enforcement

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: Somewhat New | Ambitious: Somewhat Ambitious

  • 4 Evidence:

    Summary of the key decisions and declarations of the 31st African Union Summit

    Decisions, Declarations and Resolutions of the 31st Session

    IACCC

    Membership Scheme

  • 7 Notes:

    Nigerian law enforcement agencies are not participants of the IACCC, there are efforts made by some countries in Africa to join the IACCC as associate members and is open for more countries to join.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    Nigerian law enforcement agencies are not participants to the IACCC, neither there seems to be a plan to establish an IACCC for the African region.

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    There is no information that suggests any steps made by Nigeria in promoting the IACCC in the African region.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    The African Union leaders resolved at their 31st summit which held on the 6th of July 2018 to establish the African peer Review Mechanism and the Advisory Board on Corruption, this board and peer review mechanisms are in existence now and Nigeria is a party to them but yet to join the International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre.

    Updated: May 30, 2019

    The African Union leaders resolved at their 31st summit which held on the 6th of July 2018 to establish the African peer Review Mechanism and the Advisory Board on Corruption. It remains to be seen if tangible policy action follows.

    Updated: October 30, 2018

    There are number of exchanges with law enforcement authorities in UK, USA, UEA, etc. However, no discussion is underway to set up the International Anti-corruption Centre. Nigeria has still been suspended from the Egmont group and in September 2018 the Egmont group will decide if Nigeria will be expelled indefinitely.

    Updated: June 30, 2018

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