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AN Islamic group,Jama'at Ta'awunil Muslimeen Society of Nigeria, has partnered with a German foundation, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung to wage war against the menace of corruption in
the country through an enlightenment programmes as part of its social responsibility to the society.
Speaking at the workshop with the theme:"Corruption and its effect on citizens’ welfare in Nigeria", held, at Iwo, Osun State and organised for over 3,000 members of the society drawn from the 30 local government areas of the state in conjunction with international donor,Sheikh Daood Imran Molasan, the President of the group, described corruption as a world-wide phenomenon, which is prominent in countries of third world particularly in Nigeria.
He explained that corruption kick-started a process of social decadence by enthroning the reign of roguery and unvarnished dishonesty and opined that corruption allowed ethical recklessness and invited a normative chaos, that erode every sane social value.
"Leaders are demanding for bribes at every step of the development is a serious threat to a sound economic and social development, thus pave for terrorism,” he said.Share