O. Chidi Ogbonna
Fairly, Fully, Fatally Corrupt:
Epochal Dimensions to Governance and Corruption in Nigeria
- Social Science
- 30135 Words
- Ages 10 and up
Fairly, Fully, Fatally Corrupt: Epochal Dimensions to Governance abd Corruption in Nigeria, also known as F 3 Corrupt, is a carefully analyxed input to the already flourishing genre of anti-corruption literature in Nigeria. F3 Corrupt focuses on Nigeria's governance because of the conviction of the author that the three levels of incidental, institutional and systemic corruption prevalent in contemporary Nigeria, is fuelled, propelled and sustained through corruption in Nigeria's governance. The volume seeks to set the records straight on how governance in Nigeria progressively deteriorated from fairly corrupt, to full-blown corruption and now to fatal corruption in contemporary times, making corruption to arguably become the most dominant phenomenon in today;s Nigeria.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
O. Chidi Ogbonna is an experienced, resourceful, articulate and versatilr international criminal justice expert, with over a decade's transnational organised crime law enforcement track record, and research consultancy and training for such orrganizations as the UNODC Office in Nigeria; the Kofi Anan International Peace keeing Training Centre, Accra, Ghana and the National Defence College, Abuja, Nigeria. Mr. Ogbonna has also reviewed for the Commonwealth Law Bulletin, London, UK, and is also the creator of Integrity Consolidated Education gane, for preventing crime and communicating behaviour change among pre- and young teens in Nigeria.
Mr. Ogbonna lives and works in Abuja, Nigeria, with his wife and children. [more]
Keywords: Corruption; Oil; Globalization; Nigeria