A former director of the Kenyan anti-corruption agency, Prof. Patrick Lumumba, on Tuesday, said the reason why corruption still thrived in the country was because the people were not yet tired of the practice.
He said in a society such as Nigeria where people still celebrated those that fraudulently enriched themselves, corruption would continue to thrive.
Speaking at the opening session of the 49th annual conference of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, he said the day Nigerians would become tired of corrupt practices, the actions that would follow would put an end to graft.
He said, “The task of nation building is a collective responsibility. If you are an accountant, you have to do your work by ensuring that the right records are kept and that the truth is told. Read more