Political Corruption and Poverty in Nigerian Democratic State : Any Grounds for Justification?

University essay from Linköpings universitet/Centrum för tillämpad etik

Author: Maxwell Onukwufor; [2006]

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There is no gainsaying the fact that the “moral” problems associated with corruption in Nigeria are the cause of poverty and hunger in the country. Political and economic inequality have become the order of the day as Nigerians struggle for survival and proper means of alleviation of these precarious situations. Proper understanding of the meaning of corruption and its moral implications are important in order to find a remedy to the problems that go with corruption. The demand for clarification of corruption and basis for its justification, “if any”, calls for a nationalist approach to harness the potentialities that abound in Nigeria.

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