Transparency International has released his 2015 corruption index report for Africa. In its report titled People and Corruption: Africa Survey 2015, TI reported that South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria emerged as the continent’s most corrupt countries.
83% of South Africans surveyed were of the opinion that corruption in the country has increased, 76% in Ghana while 75% of Nigerians believe that corruption is rife in Africa’s biggest economy.
On the under hand, Burkina Faso, Mali and Cote D’Ivoire emerged least corrupt countries with corruption perception indices of 28%, 31% and 32% respectively.
TI went further to reveal that police, business executives, government officials, tax officials and the court are the most corrupt institutions in the continent.
The report also revealed that almost 75 million has paid a bribe in the last 12 months with a spread of 57% male and 43% female bribe payers.
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