A panel of experts debates practical solutions for how to tackle corruption as part of the on-going series 'How To Fix Nigeria', organised by The Royal African Society and Oya Media in partnership with the Africa Research Group at King’s College London on Friday 9 December 2016. 'How To Fix Nigeria' is conceived and hosted by award-winning broadcaster Funmi Iyanda. The series brings together a broad range of speakers to discuss practical solutions to Nigeria's contemporary challenges, and engages audiences online via the hashtag #HowToFixNigeria. The invited speakers are Charles Abiodun Alao, Professor of African Studies at King’s College London; Ayo Sogunro, Nigerian writer, lawyer and socio-political jurist; Maggie Murphy, Transparency International's Senior Global Advocacy Manager; and Kayode Ogundamisi, journalist and commentator on Nigerian and international affairs.
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