Most people have some sort of understanding as to actions that constitute bribery and corruption, and there is a near-consensus that such actions can confer some form of unfair advantage on or more of the concerned parties. There have been increased enforcement of anti-bribery and corruption (ABAC) laws and regulations
globally, and ‘corrupt’ persons (politicians, government employees and even corporations) are the major casualties of such enforcements, rightly so. In Nigeria, local enforcement has largely targeted individuals, and this enforcement has been viewed as ‘political’ or ‘tribal’ by a cross-section of the polity.
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