anti-corruption Center for Investigative Journalism Exclusive Investigative Video Is Corruption Responsible For The Failures And Poor Implementation Of Budget In Nigeria? (Video) Voices Against Corruption. VOX Pop. Supported By MacArthur Foundation By austin / February 9, 2021 austin See author's posts You may also like NIGERIA: Basic Education Not Entirely Free, Says FCT-UBEB (VIDEO) By austin / January 26, 2023 ICIR, AFRICMIL Laud MacArthur Foundation’s Support For Investigative Journalism By austin / January 25, 2023 FCT-UBEB Assures On Tackling Illegal Fees In Public Schools By austin / January 18, 2023 Can Poor Remuneration Be The Reason Why Security Agencies And Officers Get involved in Corrupt Act? (VIDEO) By austin / January 13, 2023 NIGERIA: ‘PWDs Most Affected By Corruption, Ineffective Whistleblowing Policy’ (VIDEO) By austin / December 16, 2022 Post navigation Is Corruption Responsible For The High Rate Of Insecurity In Nigeria? (Video)Is The Current State of Retirees In Nigeria An Incentive For Those In Active Service To Be Corrupt? (Video) 1 thought on “Is Corruption Responsible For The Failures And Poor Implementation Of Budget In Nigeria? (Video)” In my opinion, YES. Corruption is responsible for the failure & poor implementation of the budget in Nigeria. The process of producing a budget requires that some consultation be made with the beneficiary to determine needs & what is required. However, this isn’t the case in Nigeria. So from the onset, corruption has set in because the budget is not a reflection of the desires/needs of the people. It is a LIE! Notwithstanding, what of the figures/things that have been captured in the budget, are they implemented to the letter? If the whole exercise is fraudulent from the onset, how would good/true outcomes result from it? Thank you. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.