SPEAKER of the House of Representatives, Dimeji Bankole has regretted that ‘quiet corruption’ is robbing the nation of billions of naira that would have been applied to uplift the standard of living in the nation.
Delivering the 16th and 17th Convocation Lecture of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi at the weekend, Bankole defined ‘quiet corruption’: “When public services that are due the poor are not delivered, even though somebody has been paid for them.”
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Added November 06, 2010
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