Combating Corruption for Sustainable Develemental Growth in Nigeria: Exploring the Paradigm of Divine Option

Michael Sunday Agba


Corruption remains a major impediment to sustainable developmental growth in Nigeria. Attempt by government to curb or eradicate it through agencies like EFCC, ICPC, and others remain a failure. The calamitous effects of years of dictatorial and corrupt governance by successive military and civilian administrations are glaringly shown in the poor state of development in all the sectors of the country’s life, especially the level of poverty and low living standard of its people at local, state and federal levels. The need to explore a viable alternative of arresting the tide becomes inevitable. This is what this paper seeks to raise. Key Words: Corruption; Sustainable Development; Nigeria; Governance

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