Owing to the scale of recoveries made by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), many believe the whistleblowing policy of the federal government has thus far been a success.
In agreement, the government recently extended the policy to the proliferation of arms.
While many Nigerians appear eager to blow the whistle on anyone suspected to be in possession of laundered funds, it begs the question, would we be so willing to spill the beans on a family member?
Battabox recently hit the streets of Lagos to determine the disposition of people.
Some of the answers will surprise you.
What would you do? Would you blow the whistle on a member of your family?
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