CAMERONThe heard of of Transparency International has reacted swiftly to the holier than thou posture of David Cameron who in a jibe described Nigeria as one of the most corrupt countries in the world.

According to him,  “there is no doubt that historically, Nigeria and Afghanistan have had very high levels of corruption, and that continues to this day.  But the leaders of those countries have sent strong signals that they want things to change, and the London Anti-Corruption Summit creates an opportunity for all the countries present to sign up to a new era.  This affects the UK as much as other countries: We should not forget that by providing a safe haven for corrupt assets, the UK and its Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies are a big part of the world’s corruption problem.”