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HEDA recalls 5th edition of Corruption Compendium, rolls out reviewed version early 2022

…blames printing errors for  withdrawal from circulation


Due to printing errors, the Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA) Resource Center, author of the “Compendium of 100 High Profile Corruption Cases in Nigeria,’’ says it is recalling the 5th edition of the publication. It promised that the reviewed version of the Corruption Compendium will be released in the first quarter of 2022.

Although the recall was originally announced during the presentation of the Corruption Compendium on Dec. 9, 2021 in Ikeja, Lagos, HEDA said most of the distributed copies have been retrieved, leaving out few other copies.

 It urged those who might still have the recalled version to kindly return it to HEDA’s office as soon as possible.

“We have come a long way in producing the seminal publication which has continued to serve as an important resource material to all stakeholders in the fight against corruption both locally and internationally.

“Therefore, as an organization which will never compromise integrity, we take every error, however minute, very seriously.

“We are recalling the 5th Edition of the Corruption Compendium of 100 High Profile Corruption Cases in Nigeria’’ due to printing errors,” a statement by HEDA Chairman, Mr Olanrewaju Suraju, and given to, said.

“We have also commenced a comprehensive review of the publication to further proof it of any such error however minute.”


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