By Bright Nwogu
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has offered to assist Nigerians, who have been victims of corruption practices in the country.
In a tweet on its handle on Thursday titled SPEAK UP AGAINST CORRUPTION, SERAP noted that it is ready to hear stories of victims of corruption in the education, health and water sectors as well as in accessing other essential public services, adding that it wants to work with them to get them justice.
According to the non-governmental, Nigerians with such stories can email it at nocorruption@serap-nigeria.
“Know Your Rights! If you’ve been a victim of corruption in the education, health, water sectors or in accessing other essential public services, we want to hear about it, and work with you to get justice,” the tweet read.