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The global anti- corruption campaign organisation, Transparency International (TI) has released its 2016 Corruption Perception Index with Nigeria scoring 28 points and ranking 136 on the scale.
The report covers perceptions of public sector corruption across 176 countries. Denmark and New Zealand performed best with each of them scoring 90 points.
They were closely followed by Finland (89) and Sweden (88). For the tenth year running, Somalia is the worst performer on the index, this year scoring only 10.
South Sudan is second to bottom with a score of 11, followed by North Korea (12) and Syria (13). According to the report, countries at the bottom of the index are characterised by widespread impunity for corruption, poor governance and weak institutions.
Countries in troubled regions, particularly in the Middle East, have seen the most substantial drops this year. Qatar is the biggest decliner compared to the 2015 index with a drop of 10 scores.
In the Sub-Saharan African region, Ghana and six other countries, witnessed significant declines in their rating.
The report said that the rampant incidents of corruption in Ghana led citizens to voice their frustrations through the ballot box, resulting in the defeat of an incumbent president during the recent poll in that country. 



The report listed Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania’. Kenya and Somalia as some of the major African countries that failed to improve their scores on the index.
The 2016 report showed that around the world, systemic corruption and social inequality reinforce each other, leading to popular disenchantment with political establishments and providing a fertile ground for the rise of populist politicians.
A peep into the report showed that 69 per cent of the 176 countries on the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 scored below 50, on a scale from 0 (perceived to be highly corrupt) to 100 (perceived to be very clean), exposing how massive and pervasive public sector corruption is around the world.
Chair of Transparency International, José Ugaz, observed that though no country was free of corruption, the countries at the top shared characteristics of open government, press freedom, civil liberties and independent judicial while those on the lower rungs of the ladder have governments with traces of authoritarianism, limited freedom of expression aback of transparency.


“This year more countries declined in the index than improved, showing the need for urgent action. Corruption and inequality feed off each other, creating a vicious circle between corruption, unequal distribution of power in society, and unequal distribution of wealth.”

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