EU funded radio programme resumes as EFCC presents advocacy

On 8 June 2016, the fourteenth edition of the 'Anti-Corruption Hour', a weekly radio programme of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, featured the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, which presented its corruption prevention score cards to the public. It listed its use of drama, its 'clean hands' campaign and the setting up of integrity clubs in schools as parts of its advocacy strategies.  The phone-in segment of the programme saw many enthusiastic calls.. The live radio broadcast which hits the airwaves every Wednesday between 16.30 and 17.30 provides air time to the 14 Nigerian anti-corruption entities receiving support from UNODC in Nigeria, thus enabling them to reach out to an estimated 40 million listeners.

This activity has been supported by UNODC project 'Support to anti-corruption in Nigeria' with funding from the European Union.