Nigeria has once again dropped in the Transparency International corruptuon index ranking and is now ranked 149.
The country dropped 3 places from 146 and scored lower in number of points than in its previous year’s record.
This is an indicator that corruption is perceived to have worsened in the country within the last one year.
The fresh TI’s new Corruption Perception Index (CPI) says Nigeria scored 25/100 which is one point less than its 26 points in the previous year.
It revealed that Nigeria is now 149 out of 180 countries, a record that is three steps lower than its rank of 146 in 2019.
In the 2018 index, Nigeria rose by four places on the index from 148 to 144.