According to a new study, Somalia and North Korea have been ranked as the world’s most corrupt countries.
The two countries were given 8 points out of a possible 100 after all factors of corruption were indexed.
In first place with the world’s most honest officials was Denmark, on a score of 92, followed by New Zealand, which scored 91.
This includes public officials’ accountability to the public, their likelihood to accept bribes or exploit their position for personal gain, and to what extent rogue officials are prosecuted by their country’s justice system.
Nigeria was ranked 135th, with a total score of 27.