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Encouraging Accountability and Transparency Through Faith-based Intervention

Group: Corruption behind Boko Haram, out-of-school menaces

A non-governmental organisation, the Al-Habibiyya Islamic Society of Nigeria, has noted that corruption among the nation’s leaders were responsible for the outbreak of insurgency, large number of out-of-school children and poverty in the country.

Group trains clerics on how to fight corruption

A non-governmental organisation, Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society (AIS), recently, on Oct 1st and 2nd, held a two-day training programme for Imams and Scholars in Abuja titled, Training of Trainers (ToT) under the Encouraging Accountability and Transparency Through Faith-based Intervention (EAT-Fin) project.

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