@ judy 2 and @ all
Need I explain anymore on what dishonesty is!
It encapsulates every known thing that has been said and yet to be said.
A leaders is dishonest when he knows what is good for the people and he decides to pervet it and stands on top of truth and choose not to go the way of honour. Does the word Honourable mean anything to you? If that word means anything, and should be attached as prefix to someones name that shows it is worth more than anything else; however, when a supposed honourable man chooses not to adhere to the strict honours code, what do you get(?)
Talking about citizens; how honest is the yahoo boy that has chosen the route of obtaining by trick with the only justification that he has no other job to do. Blames the government and in turn blames the boys laziness....
Who wants to talk about the civil servant that can not uphold the tenets of his service code to be fair, just and diligence in service to all; but your files or documents are locked up in his desk drawer to be released when you 'settle'.
How about the contractor that throws caution and honesty to the wind and supply sub standard products or render poor services for a contract that was over-priced and yet paid in full; that apart, there is a willing coniver in a civil servant that approves the sub standard goods and service.
How about the JAMB candidate that will cheat to pass JAMB and proceed to the University to cheat through by hook or crook; paying through or sleeping through.
Will time warrant me to talk about the market woman, the artisans, the multinationals, the sexy bank ladies, the lecturers and even in the church.
The list is un-ending, whether you call it corruption, leadership malaise or anything it starts and ends when one chooses not to be honest in his/her dealings with another as a people and as a country; what you get in return is what we have in Nigeria today. Honesty pays!
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