Nigeria Works to Clean Up Oil Corruption
http://www.aljazeera.com/video/ – February 22, 2013
Stephen: We’re not hearing everything that’s going right now around the world to rid every country of corruption – and recoup the spoils of such criminal activity.
Here’s just one example from Nigeria, where the oil companies that stole from the country are now being held accountable.
And a brave lady is leading the way: the country’s finance minister Ngozi Onknjo-Iweala, whose mother was recently kidnapped because of the role her politician daughter is playing in taking the oil conpanies to task. She even ensured they were named and shamed by publishing their names in the country’s papers so all Nigerians would know who they were.