This work attempts to assess corruption risks in five key areas of Nigeria's defence and security establishments, namely political, financial, personnel, operations, and procurement. Using a simple and straightforward question-and-answer format, the assessment draws from interviews with key players in the industry as well as from secondary sources. The scope of the work includes the last few years of President Goodluck Jonathan's administration and the threshold of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari-a truly epochal period in the history of Nigeria's fight against corruption, but also reflects policy gaps inherent in the transition in government. The work contributes to an area of literature which is both scanty and characterized by much secrecy. It is hoped therefore that this contribution will not only stimulate more frank and open discussion on the subject of corruption risks in Nigeria's defence and security sector, but would also act as both a template and benchmark on which policy makers can embark on genuine and meaningful reforms.
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