Corruption And Victimization In Isidore Okpewho’s Tides And Anthony Abagha’s Children Of Oloibiri

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Corruption And Victimization In Isidore Okpewho’s Tides And Anthony Abagha’s Children Of Oloibiri


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This project is on Corruption and Victimization in Isidore Okpewho’s

Tides and Anthony Ndubuisi Abagha’s Children of Oloibiri. It is a study ofthe endemic corruption and Victimization that hold the Niger Delta captive and by extension the entire nation in spite of available monumental wealth and qualified manpower.


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Introduction

1.1 Background To The Study

Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary defines corruption as a dishonest or illegal behaviour, especially of people in authority.

In philosophical, theological or moral discussions, corruption is spiritual or moral impurity or deviation from an ideal. In economy, corruption is payment for services, or materials which the recipient is not entitled to under the law. In government, it is when an elected representative makes decisions that are influenced by vested interest rather than legitimate or established government or party regulations.

In life there are political, moral and systemic corruption or abuse of power. Moral or political corruption involves the abuse of public power, office or resources by elected government officials for personal gains, by extortion, embezzlement, soliciting or offering bribes or other forms of inducement. Official corruption is a specific form of a misconduct designed to obtain undue benefits, personal gains or career advancements.


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