Why is corruption conundrum difficult to remedy in African Nations? Are there covert agents enabling this canker monster?

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      Ed NEd N
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      Michael
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      Cultures and civilizations vary from one region of the World to another. Force occupation by colonial violators created a devastating and cascading impacts on Africa. The modern religion introduced by the violators didn’t help either. Now, all renown and die hard criminals in form of politicians, Churches and Mosques leaders, business owners, Banks owners, government parastatals staff and the presidency; intentionally avoid their local religions and shrine during swearing in.

      Shameful enough, all these criminals go to Churches with corrupt pastors, Mosques with corrupt Imams every Sundays and Fridays. They are only sworn into various offices and positions with Bibles and Qurans……. God do not kill any body; they know it. Honestly, all these factors are enablers for more corruptions. Empirically, there are several generations of corrupt families in Africa; now, the canker worm is incorporated in the leadership DNA. Thieves, making decisions, passing laws, giving out contracts; if you want to work with them to clean up the system, they will frustrate the hell out of you.

      Honestly, there are covert forces both within and outside suffocating Africa. One of the major plans is to keep weak and corrupt leaders in office to continue the post colonial remote and invisible control. These canker monsters must be stopped at once in each and every nation of Africa. Unfortunately, the corruption has spread to a pandemic proportion. Should the masses rise up day to fight corruption by themselves or wait for God to fight for them?

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      Okpako Nanaokpaks nana
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      Corruption is a brainchild of Africans colonial masters. They brought Christianity as a panacea with the aim of reaping us off our natural resources to transform their countries into paradise while they brainwash our myopic leaders to believe they mean well for us. Their success in introducing corruption in Africa aided their stealing of our precious antiquities, timbers,  crude oil, gold, silver and other numerous natural resources.

      Realistically, corruption has eroded the developmental structure of African Nations. Unfortunately, it’s fast becoming a norm in Africa, where development is earnestly expected. How can Africa survive with this massive cankerworm threatening its future? It’s impossible. Obviously, there are covert forces benefiting from this devastating conundrum. This group of unpatriotic individuals are ready to put their lives on the line just to make sure Africa is ruined permanently.

      Literally, most people believe some of this covert forces are external. Personally, I don’t concur because every sovereign nation have the right to build a better future through the laws enacted by their people. And if their leaders do not adhere to it, then the masses should force their them out, either through the polls or revolution. Corruption has become a root problem in Africa and until it’s eradicated, Africa will not move forward.

      Finally, one problem Africa is facing at the moment is that, the youths that are suppose to champion this fight by using the polls and the social media to mobilize and dethrone corrupt leaders who aren’t ready to eradicate corruption are busy using the internet and social media to promote Western culture. Albert Estein a famous physicist once said; “a time will come when technology will surpass interaction and the world will produce a generation of idiots” it’s obvious we are there now. As it stands, we will keep waiting for a selfless leader who will prioritize Africa’s project above every other thing. Then we can begin to celebrate the end of corruption. I rest my case….

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      Okpako Nanaokpaks nana
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      Corruption is a brainchild of Africans colonial masters. They brought Christianity as a panacea with the aim of reaping us off our natural resources to transform their countries into paradise while they brainwash our myopic leaders to believe they mean well for us. Their success in introducing corruption in Africa aided their stealing of our precious antiquities, timbers,  crude oil, gold, silver and other numerous natural resources.

      Realistically, corruption has eroded the developmental structure of African Nations. Unfortunately, it’s fast becoming a norm in Africa, where development is earnestly expected. How can Africa survive with this massive cankerworm threatening its future? It’s impossible. Obviously, there are covert forces benefiting from this devastating conundrum. This group of unpatriotic individuals are ready to put their lives on the line just to make sure Africa is ruined permanently.

      Literally, most people believe some of this covert forces are external. Personally, I don’t concur because every sovereign nation have the right to build a better future through the laws enacted by their people. And if their leaders do not adhere to it, then the masses should force them out, either through the polls or revolution. Corruption has become a root problem in Africa and until it’s eradicated, Africa will not move forward.

      Finally, one problem Africa is facing at the moment is that, the youths that are suppose to champion this fight by using the polls and the social media to mobilize and dethrone corrupt leaders who aren’t ready to eradicate corruption are busy using the internet and social media to promote Western culture. Albert Estein a famous physicist once said; “a time will come when technology will surpass interaction and the world will produce a generation of idiots” it’s obvious we are there now. As it stands, we will keep waiting for a selfless leader who will prioritize Africa’s project above every other thing. Then we can begin to celebrate the end of corruption. I rest my case….

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