Thursday, 14 June 2012

How to behave when accused of corruption in Nigeria | Daily Times Nigeria

How to behave when accused of corruption in Nigeria | Daily Times Nigeria

Well, enjoyable reading is all that this is, insofar as no positive outcome is ever likely to emanate from it. Not in Nigeria anyway. And that's part of the Nigerian problem, lots of talking and writing, yet very little ever changes, and real change continues to be ever so elusive..

4 comments:

Anengiyefa said...

‎20 years from now, Nigerians will still be talking about corruption and corrupt officials, because rather than doing something about corruption, we only talk, write and laugh about it. We are still talking about unreliable electricity supply today, as we were doing 30 years ago, with virtually no prospect that the situation will improve any time soon. Nigerians have a gift for responding to situations by talking (and writing) and doing little else. Yeah, the truth hurts sometimes, but its still the truth.. So there..

Aspiring nigerian woman said...

There is no will in Nigeria by Nigerians to do anything meanful. So sad. My heart bleeds for the country

Aspiring nigerian woman said...

the giver and receiver of a bribe are equally quility

Anengiyefa said...

@Aspiring Nigerian Woman, welcome to the blog and I do agree with you. There would be no receiver of a bribe if there was no giver.

Nigerians know what the right thing to do is, but we have allowed a culture of graft and corruption to rob us of the will to do what we know is right.