How can Corruption be stopped in developing nations like Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, etc.?
do you believe that corruption doesn't exist anywhere other than developing countries, it exists anywhere that politicians and industrialists gather.
I doubt that it will ever be educated out of that section of society the wants to control, people who want to control tend not to have any self control.
Required transparency in the management of state funds, to the public, if necessary in news paper.
There will be seen how the rest of the money or who already used, by those officials.
Should be clear and severe punishment for them.
We'll see what they still dare to misappropriate state funds.
it is all in the hearts....
integrity and authenticity of simply being a good human being in this lifetime....
This nation have to improve their system & computerised all government machinary.
India is getting benifit of computerisation in recent days.
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