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MNC Investment in Nigeria’s Niger Delta: Building Smarter Strategies for Peace

By John Campbell Nkasi Wodu is a lawyer, peacebuilding practitioner, and development expert based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.  For multi-national companies (MNCs) operating in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, doing business can be a daunting prospect. The problems are numerous, and many solutions have been offered and implemented with varying degrees of success across the nine

How MTN, IMNCs are ripping off Nigeria through IFF- Prof. Owasanoye (Interview)

Editor's note: The Executive Secretary of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, spoke extensively on how International Multinational Corporations (IMNCs) and their collaborators are ruining Nigeria's economy and development through Illicit Financial Flows (IFF), citing the ongoing MTN saga as a perfect example. Owasanoye argued that

MTN: Multinationals, collaborators loot more than Nigerian politicians- Presidency

•Why FG's anti-corruption war is now targeting MTN, others  •Nigeria allegedly loses over $50bn annually to IFF Senator Iroegbu  The Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC) has stressed that the International Multinational Corporations (IMNCs), their local and foreign collaborators constitute 70 percent of the looting and all corruption incidents overwhelming Nigeria as well