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Catholic Church leads 28 civil society groups to battle corruption

By Emma Una

CALABAR—THE Catholic Church has brought together a coalition of 28 civil society organisations engaged in anti-corruption activities to combat the scourge of corruption in the country.

The church which brought the civil society groups together under its Catholic Caritas Foundation of Nigeria, said that the solution to the ravaging disease of corruption in the country was collaborative efforts among many organisations in the country.

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Flagging off the campaign in Calabar, Cross River State, yesterday, Bishop Joseph Ekeuwem, the Catholic Archbishop of Calabar Diocese, said that corruption was Nigeria’s biggest challenge and manifest in virtually every aspect of life in the country, therefore, urgent measures must be taken to build institutions to combat the scourge.

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