- Transparency International has released its report on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) for all the countries of the world for the year, 2020
- Based on findings, the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) is calculated using certain selected criteria after analysing the corruption level in the public sector of every country
Nigeria’s CPIs from 2015 to 2020 have been listed as the giant of Africa was ranked 149 out of the countries of the world in 2020 in terms of corruption after scoring 25 points out of 100.
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Somalia and South Sudan were ranked as the most corrupt countries in the world based on their CPI scores which stand at 12 points out of 100.
Denmark and New Zealand were the least corrupt countries in the world for the year, 2020 as their CPIs were 88 points out of 100.
Below are the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) points under the Buhari led government between 2015 and 2020, according to Transparency International (TI):
- 2015: 26 points out of 100
- 2016: 28 points
- 2017: 27 points
- 2018: 27 points
- 2019: 26 points
- 2020: 25 points