By Adebayo Fajinmi
A non-governmental organization and political watchdog, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), has called on journalists to intensify effort on investigative reporting on asset recovery, adding that, that is the way to show the nation and the international communities the level of corruption in the nation.
The Executive Director of CISLAC, Awual Musa made the call while speaking on the inclusion of Civil Society Organization on Asset Recovery and Management Processes in Abuja on Tuesday.
According to the Awual, lack of credible information in the area of asset recovery has hindered the targeted action to adequately combat corruption in Nigeria.
Auwal further also stated that International Financial intelligence report has shown that, at least 18 billion US dollars is lost abroad every year through money laundering.