PBS FRONTLINE/World. Producer Oriana Zill de Grenados. Correspondent Lowell Bergman. UK researcher Nizar Manek | 24 April 2009
Frontline correspondent Lowell Bergman reports on the damage done by large-scale bribery in Nigeria. Lowell Bergman talks with Nigeria’s former Nigerian anti-corruption csar Nuhu Ribadu, who declined a US$15 million bribe. Forced out of office and eventually the country, Ribadu talks with Lowell about how corruption has turned Nigeria into a pariah state. Ribadu now lives in exile in the United Kingdom.