04 Aug 2016
Published in Of Counsel

Between “Baba Go Slow” and “the Bulldozer”: wrestling with corruption, poverty and business in Nigeria and Tanzania

Human and economic development in Nigeria and Tanzania have each been constrained by systemic corruption. In 2015, each country elected a president who campaigned on an anti-corruption manifesto. How successful have they been in fighting corruption – and why should businesses care anyway? Vivian Jones, Senior Associate in the global Fraud & Investigations Group of Eversheds, examines the two presidents’ styles and achievements to date.