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Bombs of Corruption

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Wilfred Akor 22 Years Nigerian Army veteran vents about the gross levels of corruption in Nigeria. The Liberia and Sierra Leone civil wars veteran was imprisoned in a Nigerian Army prison for 2 years for speaking against corruption.

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manfrys
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danceofdemocracyindia
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Corruption burns the root of country and what the nation stands for. It needs to be systematically eradicated. There is no magic portion but people have to unite and fight this slow paced battle.
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