ED of CISLAC, Auwal Musa Rafsanjani, with the Speaker and House Leader during a courtesy visit
L-R: Patricia Moreira, Auwal Ibrahim Musa, and Thom Thownsend, at the WBG/IMF Annual Meetings
CISLAC, led by the ED, Auwal Ibrahim Musa (Rafsanjani), paid a visit to CAC and was received by the Registrar-General, Alhaji A.G Abubakar
TI African Chapters at the Annual TI Membership Meeting in Berlin, Germany
L-R: ED, CISLAC/TI Nigeria, Auwal Musa Rafsanjani; Vice Chairman, TI, Mr. Reuben Lifuka; ED, TI Ghana, Mrs Linda Ofori-Kwafo; Founder of TI, Dr Peter Eigen
German Ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador Birgitt Ory (3rd right), paid a courtesy visit to CISLAC
The ED of CISLAC with the Acting Chairman of EFCC and Directors of the Commission
R-L: Auwal Ibrahim Musa, ED of CISLAC; Raymond Baker, Founder and President of Global Financial Integrity; Vaclav Prusa at the UNGA in New York
Courtesy Visit to the Senior Special Assistant to the President on the Sustainable Development Goals (OSSAP-SDGs)
Inaugural workshop of the Defence Integrity Advisory Committee (DI-AC) in Abuja
Launch of Analysis of Media Reports on Corruption Cases in Nigeria
Advisory Committee Meeting on Strengthening Legislative Accountability and Anti-Corruption Mechanisms
The ED, CISLAC (3rd Right) with Honourable Members of the House of Representatives to mark her Press Corps Day
Multi-Stakeholders' Consultative Forum on Peace and Security Challenges in Nigeria
TI West Africa Chapter Meeting
Participants at the TI Sub-Regional Meeting of 10 TI Chapters in West Africa
A cross-section of participants of CISLAC side event at the UN Commission on the Status of Women 63rd Session in New York
CISLAC's side-event during the UN Commission on the Status of Women 63 (CSW 63)
Executive Director CISLAC with Amina Mohammed the United Nations Deputy Secretary in New York
From right Mr. Samuel Kanida Transparency International Africa Coordinator , at Middle Ms. Delia Ferreira Rubio Transparency International Chair and from left Auwal Musa (Rafsanjani) Executive Director CISLAC/ Head of Transparency International Nigeria
Auwal Musa Rafsanjani with ECOWAS Vice President
Executive Director of CISLAC, Auwal Musa Rafsanjani, with the Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu, of EFCC
Auwal Musa Rafsanjani Executive Director CISLAC with the Former American Ambassador to Nigeria
MAGU’S SUSPENSION: CISLAC CALLS FOR THOROUGH INVESTIGATION
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), Transparency International Nigeria is calling on the Presidential Panel set up to investigate allegations of corruption and insubordination leveled against the Acting Chair of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, to carry out a thorough and fair investigation. The panel, which is headed by the former president of the Court of Appeal, Justice Ayo Salami (Rtd) is investigating allegations made by the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, against Ibrahim Magu.
While it is unclear what the real issues are, CISLAC is concerned about the conflicting signals it sends to Nigerians. Being that Ibrahim Magu heads a very sensitive position of a sensitive government agency tasked with the investigation of financial crimes, such as advance fee fraud and money laundering, it is thus pertinent that the case be handled with all diligence and transparency in order to ensure that the gains in the fight against corruption are not lost in the battle for supremacy and political advantage.
REFORMING NIGERIA'S OIL AND GAS SECTOR: CISLAC REACTS TO OUTCOME OF THE NNPC AUDIT REPORT
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) is dedicated to efforts towards promoting transparency and accountability in Nigeria's oil and gas sector. We are encouraged by the increased recent emphasis of the the NNPC on transparency, accountability and inclusion. We hereby convey our best wishes to the Corporation for conducting the first audit ever in over 40 years of the corporation's existence and wish to continue our support towards efforts at re-positioning our oil and gas sector as Nigeria's foremost foreign exchange earner and improve contributions to national development.
Over the years, there have been several reports on activities of the Corporation - including commissioned inquiries, audits and investigations that have stressed transparency and accountability as crucial elements behind the inefficiency and corruption in the Corporation. These are responsible for the hemorrhage on revenue flows and oil production that have earned Nigeria's oil sector a not-too-favourable reputation both locally and internationally.
Join us this evening in a virtual side event organised by Transparency International, Chile Transparente, CISLAC, Transparency Sri Lanka, Transparência e Integridade - TI-PT, Transparencia Mexicana at the UN HLPF as TI's national chapters present their experiences in a webinar titled "5 years into the Agenda 2030: Best Practices and Lessons Learned from Spotlight Reports"
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A virtual side event organised by @anticorruption, @Ch_Transparente, CISLAC, @tisrilanka, @transparenciapt & @IntegridadMx at the #UNHLPF titled "5 years into the Agenda 2030: Best Practices & Lessons Learned from Spotlight Reports"