Whistleblowers play a crucial role in our anti-corruption toolkit, shedding light on wrongdoing that would otherwise go unnoticed and unreported. In the battle for transparency and accountability, the media serves as their powerful ally, amplifying their voices and bringing vital issues to the public’s attention. The bond between whistleblowers and the media is a symbiotic one, built on a foundation of trust. Both parties rely on each other to expose hidden truths, with journalists acting as responsible conduits for whistleblowers’ valuable information.Drawing on various engagements with the media and journalists with expertise in whistleblowing, PPLAAF has developed a useful guide for journalists dealing with whistleblower cases. Although developed for use in South Africa, the Guidelines are of relevance to whistleblowers in Nigeria too.

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