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Nigeria Can’t Change When Everybody Is Corrupt – Dr Paul Udensi Calls For Anti Corruption Crusade


Nigeria Can’t Change When Everybody Is Corrupt – Dr Paul Udensi Calls For Anti Corruption Crusade

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Oct 18, 2016 – Nigeria Can’t Change When Everybody Is Corrupt – Dr Paul Udensi Calls For Crusade Against Corruption

The entire world is fighting economic and financial corruption, but with less efforts to eradicate moral corruption, which is the root of all corruption. The level of corruption in the world today is caused by evil desires. And corruption destroys, whether it is moral, economic or financial corruption, it makes a nation poor, kills hard word, hinders progress and gives bad name to a person or a nation. Decency is now a thing of the past because morality has gone out of the window. The shamelessness in this generation and perverted morals are appalling. Moral corruption will always bring down the judgment of God on the earth, every religion believes in this.

It is a pity that mankind as a whole has increasingly degenerated into morally corrupt society. It is quite unfortunate we are living in a world where wrong is right. Even the society helps us to be what we are. And in turn all that we do affects the society badly. A society may become disorganized and desolate, in danger of complete destruction from within because its people are behaving without any regard for the consequences of their action. Terry Crist, once said “we are living in a generation that is convulsed in sin. This is a generation of academic excellence, an age of unmatched technological skill, an era of unsurpassed technological development. Yet sadly enough we are also engulfed in moral retrogression, secular humanism, financial upheaval and political instability. Crime is rapidly increasing throughout the world and ravaging the face of modern society”.

Today you and I are living in the very midst of that faithless and perverse generation. Ours is an unfortunate generation, famines rampage and decimate nation. Where terrorism and protest deprive millions of people their jobs, homes and families. While pollution blights the landscape and malnutrition percentage soar in some places. Something must be done to set us free from fear, destruction and immorality. Of a truth, the evil of crime and licentiousness in our society is unbelievable and shocking. We must no longer stand helplessly aside or recoil from duty while immorality brazenly threatens to infest all that is good and pure in our society.

The law enforcement agencies over the years have fought against crime and corruption, though corrupt themselves, nevertheless, they view with alarm the rising crime rate and frankly admitted they cannot do the job alone but need the wholehearted support of individuals in the form of enlightened attitude and willingness to assume public responsibility. All of us should be genuinely concerned and we should do all we can to handle the crime and immorality of our times, both for our own protection and for the well being of our society at large. Our time demand for a change of attitude and relegation of reprobates.

Immorality is the circumstances that breed crime and must be eliminated. Immorality as we know is a global problem, a deadly disease that needs attention, and the place to begin is at home, our hearts and conscience. The gross immoralities are but magnification of evil beliefs held in individual human consciousness, while joy and happiness are the result of strict adherence to moral. If nothing is done now to prevent immorality and its participators. I see the darkness of its effect covering the earth and the gross darkness of the people. God help us. Immorality is the mother of corruption, and economic and financial corruption cannot be eradicated until the root of immorality is destroyed.

We cannot change a country where immorality both at the top, middle and low level is the order of the day. If we must change, we must start from our youths now, the grassroots for a better leadership tomorrow. You can only bend a stick when it is fresh, old or dry stick will break. We need ethical and moral regeneration at all tiers of government for the rule of law to take root in our country, that body of moral that shapes our character to produce good conduct is fundamentally necessary to stabilise our positive disposition to the well conceived government pursuit for the supremacy of the rule of law. What next if we know all these? We need to work and disabuse the corrupt minds of our people if we actually need a change.

I therefore call on the Federal Government, the Federal Ministry of Youths and Culture, Federal Ministry of Information, state governments, the local governments and other related agency to honestly embark on a crusade against immorality in our dear country, for a better tomorrow and for a brighter future for our children. I love Nigeria, I love Africa, What about you.

Dr. Paul I. Udensi



  1. Grace

    October 18, 2016 at 4:23 PM

    Interesting Dr Pail well done. This is exactly what I had thought long time ago. In Nigeria there is no one to trust because of corruption.

    1.Crusade will educate the Nigerian masses.

    2. Children should be taught about how not to handle or use money from creche. Parents give their children money in Nigeria as toys to play with.

    3. children from Nursery school school or birth must learn not to beg or jealous of another person properties but be contented with what they have.

    4. govt should produce corruption leaflets and distribute to all address in Nigeria market places bus stops just like church prayer leaflets.

    5. Parents try and avoid bringing up children n shops market where they see how money exchange hands all the time. Is not good. Children should be taught good morals of upbringing.

    6. Through these children will grow up not having the love for money. Too much Love for money leads to corruption

  2. Grace

    October 18, 2016 at 4:26 PM

    Interesting. Well done. You are the only one here who has spoken the truth to combat this corruption. This is the only way forward for Nigeria against this disease that has ruined the nation.

  3. Grace

    October 18, 2016 at 4:46 PM

    Oh my God well said Dr Paul. I wish the whole Nigeria reads this. The youths needs to change children babies as well. Children must grow up to be contented with what they have not to be jealous or believed in another persons stuff or beg anyhow. This begging not good. When they grow as adults pray work hard to become rich in the way God almighty wants not through corruption.

  4. Bok

    October 18, 2016 at 4:54 PM

    Dr paul, I did not read your article but am quite sure that you are right, to fight corruption is to kill or eradicate people who started it. we have to start from Babangida and all others who embezzled Nigeria money early 70s, 80s and 90 if they are still alive. and if they are not their children have to return whatever in their possession public money was used to buy or acquired, this is the only way.

    even Buhari is stealing as we speak now.

  5. fifelomo

    October 18, 2016 at 9:06 PM

    Dr Paul, God bless you for this write up.

  6. Mon

    October 18, 2016 at 11:37 PM

    You are very right Dr. Paul, but in other way around, Nigeria’s greatest problem is wickedness,and that has to be changed by educating our youths to understand that it’s had to win by causing a failure to your fellow human being.

    Such will only lead one to be angry when you realized that money can not even make you happy.

  7. sola olaniyi

    October 19, 2016 at 12:56 PM

    nice comment @Bok

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