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Group to launch anti-graft monitoring clubs in Lagos

The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL) has disclosed its intention to launch grassroots anti-graft monitoring clubs acrossLagos State. At the group’s assessment workshop…

The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL) has disclosed its intention to launch grassroots anti-graft monitoring clubs acrossLagos State.

At the group’s assessment workshop hosted in Lagos, CACOL Executive Chairman, Comrade Debo Adeniran, said the centre, in the last few years, had succeeded in engaging community-based groups, leaders and other key stakeholders at the grassroots in monitoring corrupt practices at lower levels while at the same time being part of the campaigns.

“We at CACOL have realised that we cannot win the battle against corruption without involving people at the grassroots. On our part, we have been hosting workshops with them on how to monitor corrupts acts and practices especially those being committed at political leaders at the grassroots. We also measure people opinion about governance from time to time.

“This we regularly carried out under what we call C-GATE. The acronym focuses on key areas of Good governance, Accountability, Transparency and Education. The whole idea is to have residents gauging the performance of government from time to time. The latest survey we carried out show that many rated Governor Akinwunmi Ambode high on road construction and infrastructures”, he said.

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