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Quote from: gogannaka on June 03, 2010, 04:58:01 PMWouldn't the bill be a replication of the EFCC and ICPC acts?The power of fighting corruption lies in the head of the government. If the president is keen on fighting corruption there's no doubt the effect will be great.But the thing is, usually the way presidents come to power itself is corrupt.Corruption has to be eliminated along with gross indiscipline before the country moves forward.
Quote from: ummutameem on June 10, 2010, 12:53:04 PMi just read an article by obi ezekwesili in thisday, saying dat prior to d recent economic recession nigeria n africa in general was experiencing an economic growth, may be if one looks too hard one may shoot holes in ha analysis, which is actually world bank's analysis, but i think half bread is beta than non, that we are progressing, even at a snail's pace, is positive, it gives hope!
QuoteWhich way out of the woods? First, there is the need for a concrete and comprehensive social re-engineering that will salvage what remains of our societal norms and values. Second, the Examinations Malpractices Act No. 33 of 1999 which provide penalties: imprisonment, fine or both for persons and bodies found guilty of involvement in aiding, abetting, negligence or dereliction in the conduct of examinations need to be activated. Perhaps, seeing the law in action may stem the tide.
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