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Between Wrongdoing and ‘the Done Thing’

On April 21, Nigerians held elections to replace outgoing President Olusegun Obasanjo, who staged a battle (outwardly, at least) against corruption in Africa’s most populated country during his tenure in office. Nigerian journalist Gbemisola Olujobi explains how outsiders’ ideas about the issue of corruption in Africa can be limited by their differing cultural perspectives.

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