- Offering NO bribes
- Taking NO bribes
- NOT abusing power
- NOT skipping process with influence.
- Reporting Fraud
The 24-hour #NoCorruptionDay challenge encourages everyone to commit to avoiding at least five corrupt things they normally do and as such attempt to alter the corruption narrative across the board.
They’ve used their platforms to share this powerful message, and activities centred around #NoCorruptionDay are geared towards tackling corruption through mindset reorientation.
In 2019, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) undertook a survey aimed at uncovering the different social norms in the Nigerian society that influence social and individual, moral judgments on corrupt behaviour. The survey birthed the Anti-Corruption Social Norms Report.
The report discovered that:
- 40% of respondents do not believe in the possibility of successfully ending corruption in Nigeria.
- 43.3 % do not believe they have a role to play in the change since corruption has become a Nigerian norm.
- 71% of research respondents depended on social media to reset social norms and get information.
Now, what are Nigerians saying about corruption in Nigeria? Let’s find out.
Corruption is not missing in local levels, families and what have you. Giving your younger brother or sister meat, for them not to report you to Dad/Mum is corruption. #NoCorruptionDay
— CH🅰NNELS_IMSU 💰 💰 💰 (@Channels_imsu) July 17, 2020
The only holiday we can celebrate in Nigeria is #NoCorruptionDay
— Fémi (@Larlah) July 17, 2020
Corruption is a global phenomenon it doesn't apply to only Nigeria but we can change the narrative from our society .
There are so many determinants of corruption but You and I determines how Corrupt and Corruption-free our society and the world can be. #NoCorruptionDay
— Basket of everything (@SDS_Basket) July 17, 2020
To find the truth you have take your time checking the root #NoCorruptionDay
— Laud (@Iam_praiselaud) July 17, 2020
We are all faced with the responsibility, to ensure that everyday is #NoCorruptionDay
— Bakare_Mubarak (@Bakare_Mubarakk) July 17, 2020