Because the disease was poorly understood, very disfiguring, slow to show symptoms, and had no known treatment, many cultures thought the disease was a curse or punishment from the gods. Consequently, leprosy was left to be "treated" by priests or holy men and not dental surgeons/doctors…. In the current context, “Thank Goodness”
Corruption is a contagious moral disease that begins with an individual and can eventually engulf a nation.
What does it mean that corruption is accommodated We need to acknowledge that …we could be losing nearly two-third of our national budget to corruption… Acknowledgement is a positive step in combating corruption. But now the question that pops is…would someone be prepared to prosecute anyone, including its own ruling leaders and officials, if they are found to be corrupt? One day I sure wish for the answer to be a YES.
I’m proposing here that something every reasonable person who is against corruption already knows…Knowledge of principles in itself is useless without its practice. What is required in the combat against corruption is practice. …And for practice to be effective, must begin with each one of us which permeates to every man on the street. The combat against corruption must be comprehensive for it to show atleast reasonable impact.
Corruption has now become a culture in itself in certain countries…can’t we see evidence?
For those cowards who are indifferent please try and understand that, driving with a L-board doesn't hurt, but drunken driving does!...Corrupt people are like drunken drivers!!! Corruption is a disease that can be reduced but not eradicated!...It surely needs zero tolerance!