Nigerian method of fraud and corrupt practices demands a thorough investigation. This book not only assessed the historical background and indices that occasioned this infamous criminal tendency among Nigerians, but also the manner these crimes were committed, often with the active connivance of the policy-makers and law enforcement agencies. Moreover, the situation was exacerbated by the emergence of globalization and advanced information and communications technology, which helped to aid the criminals in escaping the long arm of the international community, which had to get involved as they were being hurt by the notorious ‘Nigerian Scam''. This gave Nigeria a very bad image, and made her a pariah nation, inundated with sanctions and hostile policies, which impeded and retarded her developmental strides. This book is very important for scholars on African politics because the so-called Nigerian crime encompasses other neighbouring African countries. It is also needed by all those intent on understanding why the corruption in the Nigerian society seems hard to curb.