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Anti-corruption measures as an antidote for accountability in Nigeria public service – case study of Federal Inland Revenue Service, Lokoja, Kogi State

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This research work is centered on”Anti-corruption Measures as an Antidote for Accountability in Nigeria Public” with a case study of Federal Inland Revenue Service Lokoja, Kogi State. Prior to the role of anti-corruption measures towards accountability. The research work involved some key objectives like determining the effect of corruption on Nigeria’s economy and to recommend solutions on how corruption can be combated in Nigeria. Primary and secondary methods were used in collecting data while simple percentage methods were used in analyzing the data. The research work has its major findings in table 4.2.5 that the policies established before the present administration have not yielded a positive impact because policymakers are still the ones that implement it. The researcher recommends that the government should improve her rate of supervision in implementing policies and programs.

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