will the level of corruption in nigeria ever reduce??
The history of Nigeria voluntary societies and movements, set the task of combating bribery and corruption refers to the 50-th years of the twentieth century In the early twenty-first century, there were anti-corruption group Enough is Enough, which the leaders believed that the Commonwealth Nations should suspend the membership in this most corrupt of countries. Specific recommendations to combat corruption coming from Nigerian citizens who are published in Nigerian Newspapers and on the websites of various NGOs.
Thus, at the beginning of the XXI century in Nigeria operated a well-structured and effective model of combating bribery, corruption and "related" offenses. Among the positive sides of the Nigerian strategy to attack the kleptocracy should include a wide use of foreign experience of struggle, the intensive formation of the national legal framework, the creation of a network of specialized government agencies and the promotion of anti-corruption culture among the local population. Disadvantages of the model are the lack of financial resources, deficiency of qualified personnel, the tolerance of ordinary Nigerians against petty bribery. Failures models are often occur due to imitation of fighting, "originalowner tyranny" and practices deals with the families of corrupt officials. In addition, the heads of several agencies, supporting the so-called corrupt stability, not always resolved conflict with corrupt politicians and top officials.