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Bribecode’s Goal is to end the widespread corruption that keeps Nigeria from reaching her full potential. Grand Corruption in government means that contracts are awarded to companies on the basis of their deals with corrupt officials and politicians, rather than the national interest.  This means that

  • the contracts cost us more
  • the winning contractors are not necessarily the best
  • the resulting services, roads, bridges etc, are low quality
  • thousands of partly and fully paid projects are abandoned
  • the wrong people (who are only interested in kickbacks) are attracted into politics and public office
  • the right people (interested in service, in history) will either never be attracted into politics, or be destroyed by the deals they have to make to get there.

Our solution is to start at the source of the problem: the contract between the government and the companies. When the Bribecode comes into force, whistleblowers who bring information on corruption are not only protected, they are rewarded substantially. And if a company is convicted of serious corruption, it faces the penalty of liquidation, with no fine option, and with 1% of its assets going to reward the whistleblower/s. Unlike the current situation, corrupt companies can no longer depend on their partners in government to shield them from prosecution because any of Nigeria’s 37 attorneys general can bring liquidation proceedings.

This will help to end Grand Corruption by making the penalty for corruption unacceptable to company directors and shareholders and creating a private sector with zero tolerance for public sector corruption. The new anti-corruption culture will grow mostly by self-regulation from the private sector and impact the rest of society, especially the public sector. Within one budget year, we can expect to see real ‘transformation’ in society.

Together, we can make this Happen! The 8th National Assembly has now been inaugurated. We must tell our lawmakers our priority for this National assembly: The Bribecode, not another law to increase legislators’ salaries. With the Grand Recall, we must use our constitutional right to Recall lawmakers who oppose the Bribecode, perhaps to preserve their access to ‘Ghana must Go’ bags from corporate lobbyists.

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230 Responses

    • Bello Olasunkanmi

      August 23, 2015 6:59 am

      I heard you from splash fm yesterday and am 200% support of this.I totally support this and I shall mobilize lots of people for this struggle,to move Nigeria forward is a task dat must be done.

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  1. Ozioma Izuora

    March 23, 2015 3:53 pm

    I am Ozioma Izuora. I support the BribeCode! About time too….Accountability is too important to be left to greedy politicians.

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  2. Jon manuels Enekele

    April 1, 2015 2:44 pm

    My name is Jon manuels. A good way to start. The desired change begins from here.

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  3. Adegbesote Adeleye

    April 1, 2015 4:35 pm

    I am Adegbesote Adeleye Abel. I support the Bribe Code. It’s time to cut off unnecessary wastage in the country…..

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  4. Nimali Asiya Rodrigo

    April 2, 2015 12:57 pm

    I support a credible whistleblower initiative 100%. Great incentive to encourage co-operation and keep contractors on their toes.

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  5. Peter Uko

    April 16, 2015 7:06 am

    I was happy to be invited to like this page but liking it not just the issue.

    Firstly, I want to thank all those whose brains and minds cultivated the website idea.
    Having said that, I will call on all good Nigerians especially our youths to support this laudable idea and push it forward so we can eliminate this vicious circle of corruption that has spread its diseased roots into all fabrics of our nation’s institutions.
    The direct impact of fraud and corruption on our collective wellbeing is deepening daily.
    As a Nigerian, I imagine how beautiful my dear country would have been assuming all the billions if not trillions of dollars looted was judiciously used. It has come to a stage in Nigeria where identified corrupt government officials and their bedfellows would blatantly refuse to respond to corruption scandals and the demands from fellow Nigerians for transparency and integrity. To them, it is business as usual!

    I have a feeling that #Bribecode represent a significant step forward to reverse that negative fad. Therefore, I give my full support to this cause. For the sake of our future generations, It is important that Nigerians sit back and look at corruption eye ball to eye ball and let those who see it as their way of life realise that it will no longer be tolerated. With a strong legal system, it is very possible to prosecute those who have been baptized with the foul spirit corruption. #IsupportBribeCode

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  6. Peter Uko

    April 16, 2015 7:07 am

    I was happy to be invited to like this page but liking it not just the issue.

    Firstly, I want to thank all those whose brains and minds cultivated the website idea.
    Having said that, I will call on all good Nigerians especially our youths to support this laudable idea and push it forward so we can eliminate this vicious circle of corruption that has spread its diseased roots into all fabrics of our nation’s institutions.
    The direct impact of fraud and corruption on our collective wellbeing is deepening daily.
    As a Nigerian, I imagine how beautiful my dear country would have been assuming all the billions if not trillions of dollars looted was judiciously used. It has come to a stage in Nigeria where identified corrupt government officials and their bedfellows would blatantly refuse to respond to corruption scandals and the demands from fellow Nigerians for transparency and integrity. To them, it is business as usual!

    I have a feeling that #Bribecode represent a significant step forward to reverse that negative fad. Therefore, I give my full support to this cause. For the sake of our future generations, It is important that Nigerians sit back and look at corruption eye ball to eye ball and let those who see it as their way of life realise that it will no longer be tolerated. With a strong legal system, it is very possible to prosecute those who have been baptized with the foul spirit of corruption. #IsupportBribeCode

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  7. faseyiks

    April 19, 2015 10:13 am

    I am Oluseyi Faseyiku. I wholeheartedly support and will promote BribeCode. I also support the same ideal applied to election campaign financing.

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  8. Christopher

    April 26, 2015 2:16 am

    Great initiative and looks well structured to achieve it’s objective. I support it and hope it survives the heavy tides that lies ahead.

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  9. Ndidi

    May 20, 2015 8:51 am

    Bribecode (aka the Corporate Corruption Act/Bill) gets my full support. Corruption must be dismantled in Nigeria or we shall not survive. This Bill is what we need to have a nation that will give no hiding place to (grand) corruption.

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  10. eze uduma

    May 20, 2015 6:05 pm

    Laudable initiative; timely and laudable. I support Bribecode and will promote the project in any way possible.

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  11. kennedy ononaeke

    May 23, 2015 8:36 pm

    I am Kennedy Ononaeke. I endorse, support and promote bribeCode. With BribeCode, The future is bright.

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  12. Eve Dalla

    May 26, 2015 5:19 pm

    I support bribecode.org. its time for a change as citizens; individually and collectively. About time that Nigerians be educated on their rights and be bold to claim them.

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  13. abdu m. ayuba

    July 14, 2015 1:06 pm

    I strongly support the Bribe code. its implementation. its circulation and making known through all means.
    Long live Nigeria.

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  14. Quincy Sunday Quincy

    July 20, 2015 10:58 am

    I fully support the bribecode initiative. if put in place properly it will help us reduce our tendency towards all forms of corrupt practices.

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  15. Nicholas Ajayi

    August 22, 2015 9:41 am

    This is a laudable initiative and all of us at NEW NIGERIAN FORUM will mobilise please to make it a function of law

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  16. Osineye oluwole

    August 22, 2015 9:45 am

    I am fully in support of this agena. I thank you for this project and you can count on my support to see this the desired success.

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  17. DELE DENOLA

    August 22, 2015 9:59 am

    The idea is welcomed.But I still continue to wonder if this canker worm can totally be erradicated in the society where human being will always remain human.

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  18. Yemi Taiwo-Alabi

    August 22, 2015 10:03 am

    I’m in support of the bribecode project. As we rise to this may heavens back us up as we build a Nigeria sustained by workable systems and not one seen as the “lavatory of the world’ Amen

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  19. jide Oladokun

    August 22, 2015 10:14 am

    I am Jide Oladokun. I am whole hearted support bribe code initiative. If it is well organised with intergrity Nigerians. Let’s people of the nation rise up and fight against corruption. Our dear president can’t do it alone.

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  20. ALAO OLAWALE SUNDAY

    August 22, 2015 11:48 am

    Hello sir, it is my pleasure that a move that will holistically address the issue of corruption has finally come up and more importantly is in tandem with my Forum’s (D-RAF, {Democracy Reform Advancement Forum} ) objectives.The whole of the forum is cooperating with your move of eradicating corruption in Nigeria, thanks….Pst. Wale Alao (Publicity Secretary, D-RAF )

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  21. Prof. Yemi Kayode-Adedeji

    August 22, 2015 11:52 am

    This is a welcome development in the fight against corruption. I should be glad to be part of it.

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  22. Oyindamola Obabori

    August 22, 2015 1:16 pm

    About time we had a say in governance.
    Fully in support of this great move.
    God bless Nigeria.

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  23. Raji Fagbemi

    August 22, 2015 1:19 pm

    If the intention of bribecode is genieunly to fight corruption collectively in our country,i and any reasonable Nigerian,irrespective of religion or ethnicity, must support it,to save our generation and the coming generation of this country from slavery and total collapse.

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  24. Rasheed O. Oladipo

    August 22, 2015 1:25 pm

    By Bribecode we will get to the promised land in Nigeria. I support Bribe code. I believe God has answered our prayer to allow this new government coupled with the bribecode’s aim.

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  25. Olatunde Abolaji

    August 22, 2015 1:57 pm

    I heard about the bride code this morning on a radio programme in Ibadan.I commend the brains behind this laudable initiative and i do hope that our political class will give it a chance.I am in total support of this bill and,i do wish to be part of the struggle.God bless Nigeria!

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  26. Seun Christopher

    August 22, 2015 6:57 pm

    I am very happy for this forum, our voice must be heard and we must wipe out corruption in our country so that things can work properly, i totally support this movement. I also have an NGO Save Africa Youth Initiative (SAYI) we also speak the mind of people and support corruptless and workable government you all can also join the movement, coming out soon

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  27. yewande Odeniyi

    August 22, 2015 7:22 pm

    Listened to your interview with Edmond Oblilo this morning, am in support of Bribe code act. Will like to have updates on your meetings in Ibadan. God bless Nigeria, long live Oyo State.

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  28. David

    August 22, 2015 8:03 pm

    I strongly support this bribe code…. I think bribery is the root of our problem in Nigeria… That’s all. Thank you!!!

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  29. Dele Alo

    August 22, 2015 11:26 pm

    I was very happy listening to you this morning on Splash FM.I don’t know this Idea will come so soon, I did thanked God for starting another good thing as HE did by bringing Buari in when the country is about to collapse. I think I should also thank Splash/ Obilo for Opening you to every one who want this Country moved to a GREAT level. I am ready for this struggle and God will lead us In Jesus Name.Amen.

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  30. Jibola

    August 23, 2015 7:22 am

    I listened to Edmund Obilo’s programme on saturday morning and I am in total support of this amazing bribe code initiative. I’ll appreciate it if you update me about your meetings and movements in ibadan. Corruption is a cankerworm in this our great nation and it must be tackled to the bearest minimum. God Bless Nigeria!

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  31. Femi Ogunlana

    August 24, 2015 7:49 am

    I am in full support of bribe code, i believe there should be equal distribution of wealth in the society. Leadership ought not to be to siphon public fund and acquire wealth illegally. Culprits should be punished mercilessly.

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  32. Adekunle Oluwashola Israel

    August 24, 2015 7:52 am

    August 22, 2015

    My name is Oluwashola and am whole hearted in support of bribe code initiative. If it is well organised with intergrity Nigerians. Let’s people of the nation rise up and fight against corruption. Our dear president can’t do it alone.

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  33. Nurudeen

    August 24, 2015 10:35 am

    A bright idea, I am in full support of this project. I hope and pray that the “Nigerian factor” will not kill the noble idea.

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  34. Adeyemi Mutiu Olalekan

    August 25, 2015 7:55 am

    Adeyemi Mutiu O. Am totally in support of this organisation, but hope politician wount hijack this movement? Am proud to defend my country

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  35. akintunde joseph

    September 1, 2015 12:02 pm

    Nice one!!!!! Nigerians are gifted.this is yet another one coming from one or a group of us.bur really ideas have never been or problem but the will and support to see it through has alway been.I am ready to go all the way with everyone to see that this one goes through.I SUPPORT!!. I SUPPORT!!!.I SUPPORT!!!!!!!!!!

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  36. Ade Fadare

    September 2, 2015 11:08 am

    I fully support the bribecode and pray that it’s full implementation will aid our collective effort to fight corruption at all levels including the National Assembly.

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  37. Somoye Desoji

    September 2, 2015 6:00 pm

    I give my support to bribe code. In addition to the 3 stated step I want us to move a movement that will change the phase “innocent till proven guilty” to “guilty till proven innocent” this will make citizens to know they have to step down if any case motion is moved against them. Which will also make them run from any slurry deal. Am base in Abeokuta, and you can contact me on 08023543735 if need be. We all need to join hands to makea better Nigeria now. Take care

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  38. skullshehu

    September 26, 2015 2:49 pm

    It is high time, to let the Nigerian people know that, thy have the power to recall elected office holders who are corrupt, the power of recalling corrupt elected office holders is in our hands! Together we can move our dear nation forward!

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  39. skullshehu

    October 1, 2015 11:49 am

    The Labour of Our Heroes past Shall nerve be in vain!
    To be Faithful, Loyal and Honest!
    And Uphold Her Honour and Glory
    So Help Me! God.
    #ProudlyNigerian!

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  40. skullshehu

    October 1, 2015 1:25 pm

    #myNigeriadream!

    I have a dream!
    That One day, all Compatriot Nigerians we ARISE to the call of Mother Land.

    I have a dream!
    That one day, with Love, strength and faith we’ll serve our fatherland.

    I have a dream!
    That, the Labour of our Heroes past hall never be in Vain.

    I have a dream!
    That one day, a Nigeria bound in freedom, peace and unity, we be ours to serve with heart and might.

    I have a dream!
    That One day, All Nigerians we pledged their Allegiance to be faithful, loyal and honest.

    I have a dream!
    That One day, in strength Nigerians we Defend her Unity and Uphold her Honour and Glory.

    Happy Independent Celebrations!

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  41. Innocence Silas

    November 7, 2015 11:07 pm

    My name is Innocence Silas. I totally support BRIBE CODE to curb the excess of our leaders and corruption.

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  42. Ikechukwu A. Ogu

    November 11, 2015 11:19 am

    I am Ikechukwu A. Ogu. I became aware of the Bribe Code after reading Prof. Okey Ndibe’s piece entitled “Chuma Nwokolo’s Great Game Against Corruption.” Without any hesitation, I support and endorse the Bribe Code, for us to eliminate corruption in Nigeria.

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  43. Ngozi Ibe

    December 18, 2015 9:31 am

    I support the BribeCode, Learnt of it on Sahara Reporters, Nigeria has been bartered for too long, we all need to join hands to rescue this nation with Gods help

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  44. Dare

    December 18, 2015 12:33 pm

    I am Adeyemo Dare and I am in full support of this noble cause. We need to sanitize our country, only then can we progress and secure bright future for our future generations.
    Let bribery and corruption be a thing of the past in our country. The name no one wants to hear and/or be associated with. Let’s kick out bribery and corruption from our beloved country!

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  45. Qamardeen Ibrahim Oladipupo

    February 20, 2016 10:48 am

    I am Qamardeen Ibrahim Oladipupo. I am just 17, i heard about bribecode on Splash F M. I’m really interested and proudly in support of Bribecode. This is the first time i have ever sensed a great vision of Nigeria from afar. A big weldone to the brain(s) behind this, i am proud of you.

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  46. oladele dare

    February 21, 2016 9:42 am

    my name is oladele dare this is a welcome bill,i support “bribecode” in totality and i urge every true nigerian to do same.thank u splash fm ibadan.

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  47. Sunday

    February 23, 2016 5:27 pm

    I am Sunday Oyediran, I fully support the bribecode movement. Together we shall make it happen – great Nation, completely void of corruption – Nigeria.

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  48. Oladapo Olawole

    April 21, 2016 1:26 pm

    If the bad ones associate, I will stay united with the good ones. I support #BribeCode . Nigeria must be bribefree

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  49. Emmanuel Okoro

    July 17, 2016 3:25 pm

    Thanks Juliet ‘Kego, bribecide is a great idea. My name Emmanuel Okoro and I support bribecode

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  50. Nwugo joseph (jnr)

    September 3, 2016 1:41 pm

    my name is Nwugo joseph (jnr) am 1000% support of “bribe c od” I totally support this and we shall mobilize & call on all good Nigeria especially the youths in Nigerian so we can eliminate the corruption that has spread our Nation’s thanks

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  51. Obiekwe Enoch

    September 20, 2016 8:33 pm

    My name is Obiekwe Enoch. I’m in total support of this Bribe Code. The first time I saw the brain behind this, being (Prof) Chuma Nwokolo, I saw a “dream” that was coming to reality.

    I urge each and every one of us not to relent. The movement is on. It is our movement; the one we all must get involved in for our children and generations yet unborn.

    one thing is sure, and that is that these corrupt men will try to stop us and probably, kill us. But we must not be detered.

    Mr. Chuma Nwokolo needs our support more than ever. We know the enemies of truth and Justice will come for him, but we all must stand by him and show them we “the people” hold the power…

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  52. Anibire Azeez Ademola

    October 20, 2016 12:18 pm

    i support d bribe code because together we will take Nigeria to the peak and free from all sorts of corrupt acts.

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  53. 'kem Anakwe

    December 23, 2016 9:02 pm

    Any initiative to get us all out of the corruption quagmire is laudable,welcome and deserves the support of all and sundry…Nigeria is all we have. We are all we have !… i support Bribecode(y)

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  54. Salako Gbenga

    December 26, 2016 9:38 pm

    I am Salako Gbenga and I heard about this noble project which has gladden my heart from Rock-City Fm, Abeokuta today and I give my full support.

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  55. Thomas Amidu

    February 25, 2017 5:41 pm

    This is an important code required to safe guard the future of our dear Nigeria. I am in full support of it.

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  56. Shedrack Ayaro

    July 17, 2017 3:53 pm

    My name is Shedrack Ayaro, and I’m listening to a program right now about the bribe code. You have my unequivocal support. Way to go!

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  57. Olabode Adebayode

    July 17, 2017 3:57 pm

    I support the bribecode against the bill to legalised the looting of our common wealth…
    Engr Olabode Adebayode.

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  58. Fasan

    July 17, 2017 4:05 pm

    I am in total support of bribecode, corruption must be put to a stop and shouldn’t be given a chance.

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  59. Folorunsho Phillips

    July 17, 2017 4:07 pm

    I am in total support of bribecode and against the amnesty bill about to go second reading. Any corrupt person should forfeit all assess and sent to jail not part.

    Yours Sincerely.
    Folorunsho Phillips

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  60. Kelvin Mbata

    July 17, 2017 4:32 pm

    The Economic Amnesty bill/proposal or whatever satanic name and agenda it has is a crazy and shameful idea that must be STOPPED. It is UNTHINKABLE that people who were thought to be leaders are trying to pass what I have chosen to call AN AUTHORITY TO STEAL BILL. This proposed idea and all those in the lower chamber behind it should be re-called and expelled from the National Assembly of Nigeria because clearly such proponents of this abnormality have no business with governance or leadership.

    Gosh!!! I am so pissed.

    A capital NO to that crazy Economic Amnesty Bill or whatever it is called, and an affirmative YES to the BRIBE CODE BILL.

    The people supporting the messy Economic Amnesty bill MUST stop rubbing additional mud on the already damaged Nigerian image and resign if they have any iota of dignity in them.

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  61. DAVID

    July 17, 2017 4:36 pm

    My name is David Igbineweka. I heard about bribecode on the radio. I’m in full support of it. It’s about time we put an end to this ugly monster called corruption…and shame on those who support the economic amnesty bill.

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  62. joseph odion

    July 17, 2017 5:49 pm

    God bless de initiators of dis webb, i am in so much in suport of dis bribecode program

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  63. joseph odion

    July 17, 2017 6:46 pm

    pls lets try visit more radio station nd televissions to sensitise nigerians about dis bribecode bcos we listen to difrent stations nd television. i was lucky to ve had about it today

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  64. Paul Azanor

    July 17, 2017 7:06 pm

    This is fantastic. Please visit other radio stations, let there be bill board at strategic places such as airports to create more awareness.The signup process is quick and web site is working

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  65. Chinedu okoro innocent

    July 17, 2017 7:46 pm

    My name is chinedu okoro innocent I support bribecode to end the corruption that has kept Nigeria backward

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  66. OWAGBEMI SEUN ADESINA

    July 17, 2017 10:08 pm

    my name is seun owagbemi from Lagos state.I heard about this loudable movement over the radio station,Nigeria info to be precise.Ever since then,i have been very to excited to say NO to economic amnesty bill to looters

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  67. Samuel Apewalen

    July 19, 2017 6:27 am

    This initiative is very apt, I support it and will work towards its success. Nigeria must bounce back and free from corruption.

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  68. Tayo Xerxes

    July 19, 2017 10:27 pm

    I totally support this movement.
    It’s as peaceful as you can imagine. A good initiative by Nigerians.
    Most of our leaders deserve some good beating for their inability to be accountable. Or worse, to be remanded.
    I support the bribe code, anytime anyway.

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  69. Ololade

    July 20, 2017 7:40 pm

    I Ololade Michael are in total support of this Smart Ideal to build a better Nation that we work for all, not a Nation for corrupt polician, God bless the brain Behind this, to be sincere this kind of things need a massive publicity, tv and Radio we play a bigger role, the awareness shouldn’t only be to people who have access to internet, we should be aware that we av about 20million plus Nigerian who are waiting for someone to kickstart the journey to the promise and followed but they have no access to internet, that’s why I said this kind of a thing need mass publicity, this people are the people who’ve always create a space during the election Voting Process to be part of it in any way, so if we have some one taking this down to the people I called the VOICELESS NIGERIANS, they we be aware and be able to make a smart Decision ahead of 2019, this is Data Technology period where everyone are the same, please let us build a country that we work for all, if there’s need for public support in terms of finance for publicity and awareness we are fully Ready, this thing need something called Rough Marketing Campaign.. God Bless Nigeria, let’s build a better Dream for Nigeria…

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  70. Lawrence Utum

    July 22, 2017 6:16 am

    I’m in support of this laudable idea

    #bribecode nd let us all work to see it come to reality. God bless Nigeria.

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  71. Omoregbee Osagie Jeremiah

    July 26, 2017 3:06 am

    I concur with bribe code, i strongly believe that bribery and corruption is systemic in our Nigeria and should be tackled holistically. Therefore we must all join hands to alleviate it..

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