Daily Archives: April 15, 2013

Retroactive Effect of Corrupt Practices -Dr. Paul

Retroactive Effect Of Corrupt Practices In Nigeria-(3)

The complexity of Nigeria’s society cannot be overlooked. It requires a strong commitment between the federal and local institutions to promulgate a grassroots re-enforcement for a social change against the institutionalized corrupt practice. Citizen empowerment is a viable option to achieve a key change in society. For the effectiveness of any legal system is only sustained if the rule of law is jealously protected by citizens.


Corruption in Times of Crisis by Mannixs Paul, Ph.D.

Corruption In Times Of Crisis

Nigeria is a multifaceted country, and the diversity supposed to be an immutable strength of greatness, if appropriately exploited. On the contrary, the daily experiences across the country are self-evident of the slow space of progress, which is applicable to several African countries. Nevertheless, Nigeria is not peculiar in such challenges that occur worldwide, but Nigerians must comprehend that  the  fortune of a nation greatly depends on her citizens’ readiness to safeguard the integrity of their nation.

As a standard, time of crisis specially issues that threatens the security, and the safety of her citizens ought to be an opportunity to call for unity that shunned personal benefit of all stakeholders for nation building. Usually the opposite is the case with corrupt nations. Times of crises mean an opportunity of acquiring individual wealth at the expense of others, which makes the next generation vulnerable and mystifies. Hence, it is imperative to understand the assumption that the problem of corruption in Nigeria can only have a common solution, which must be  determined by Nigerians, which is applicable to other African nations through collaboration. The outbreak of corruption in any society will experience no quick fix by any government that lacks an enabling environment to fight against unethical practices nationwide.