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Religion and Attitudes Towards Corruption in a Globalised World

17 August 2011

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  1. 17 August 2011 13:43

    The Nigerians will always call on God. And continue in their unbridled and rabid corruption. A former governor of Anambra state, Chinwoke Mbadiniuju, led prayers in the government house every morning, but is on record so far as the most corrupt governor the state has ever had. He owed pensioners for many months, and government owned schools were closed for nearly two years due to a teachers’ strike protesting non payment of salaries. I don’t now about other African countries, but corruption has come to stay in Nigeria, except…

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