After the UK Prime Minister called Nigeria “fantastically corrupt” we thought we’d take a look at how it compares to the rest of the world.
It’s hard to measure these things, but the anti-corruption body Transparency International gives it a go.
Nigeria is actually number 14 in their 2015 corruption perception index.
Here are the top ten:
- Somalia / North Korea
- South Sudan / Angola
- Libya / Iraq
- Venezuela / Guinea-Bissau / Haiti
- Yemen / Turkmenistan / Syria / Eritrea
- Zimbabwe / Cambodia / Burundi
- Myanmar / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Chad