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#1 » by Erudite (f) (816βCoins) » May 15th, 2018, 10:46 am

What if you learn that you cannot 'fight' corruption and win the battle? What if you learn that if you kill corruption then the system itself will die? What if corruption is not meant to be fought?
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Well, from the perspective of great public administrators and economists, the term 'fight corruption' is not an achievable goal. Rather, you could establish systems that can help curb and eradicate corrupt practices.

What do these mean? Stay tuned.

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I will give some instances of how a single system can go a long way.

One is the BVN system.

Ask statistics. If you know how much the BVN system has helped this nation and our finance system, you would be shocked. Proper identity system is a great system that will have huge impact on transparency and judicial matters.

Another is the TSA system. Wow! This one alone has saved the national pocket trillions of Naira. Google it. I don't need to say much on this.

I have mentioned just two systems with enormous positive impacts:

1. BVN - Biometric Verification Number
2. TSA - Treasury Single Account

Now think of systems that can be put in place to cater for leakages and corruption and irregularities in many sectors. That is how to win corruption.

Look at major sectors of the nation that are crumbled by massive corruption: Electoral, Health, Power, Oil and Gas, Education, Judiciary, just to name a few.

The perfect systems will stabilise these irregularities and deter people from erring.

A working judicial system where all culprits are punished irrespective of social status will alone help to deter people from erring.

Can you suggest means of achieving these?
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#2 » by ItuGlobal (2567βCoins) » May 15th, 2018, 5:58 pm

I think there is sense in this short article.

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#3 » by Erudite (f) (816βCoins) » May 15th, 2018, 8:36 pm

I will give an instance of how a single system can go a long way.

It's the BVN system.

Ask statistics. If you know how much the BVN system has helped this nation and out finance system, you would be shocked. Proper identity system is a great system that will have huge impact on transparency and judicial matters.

Another is the TSA system. Wow! This one alone has saved the national pocket trillions of Naira. Google it. I don't need to say much on this.

I have mentioned just two systems with enormous impacts:

1. BVN - Biometric Verification Number
2. TSA - Treasury Single Account

Now think of systems that can be put in place to cater for leakages and corruption and irregularities in many sectors. That s how to win corruption.

Look at major sectors of the nation that are crumbled by massive corruption: Electoral, Health, Power, Oil and Gas, Education, Judiciary, just to name a few.

The perfect systems will stabilise these irregularities.

Can you suggest means of achieving these?


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#4 » by Jegz (m) (1556βCoins) » May 15th, 2018, 8:46 pm

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#5 » by eMade (f) Premium (31660βCoins) » May 16th, 2018, 4:48 am

:thnk: Solid points. FP stuff.

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#6 » by Key7 (1368βCoins) » May 22nd, 2018, 6:34 pm

Here are 10 ways to fight corruption

Corruption is not only about bribes: People especially the poor get hurt when resources are wasted. That’s why it is so important to understand the different kinds of corruption to develop smart responses.

2. Power of the people: Create pathways that give citizens relevant tools to engage and participate in their governments – identify priorities, problems and find solutions.

3. Cut the red tape: Bring together formal and informal processes (this means working with the government as well as non-governmental groups) to change behavior and monitor progress.

4. It’s not 1999: Use the power of technology to build dynamic and continuous exchanges between key stakeholders: government, citizens, business, civil society groups, media, academia etc.

5. Deliver the goods: Invest in institutions and policy – sustainable improvement in how a government delivers services is only possible if the people in these institutions endorse sensible rules and practices that allow for change while making the best use of tested traditions and legacies – imported models often do not work.

6. Get incentives right: Align anti-corruption measures with market, behavioral, and social forces. Adopting integrity standards is a smart business decision, especially for companies interested in doing business with the World Bank Group and other development partners.

7. Sanctions matter: Punishing corruption is a vital component of any effective anti-corruption effort.

8. Act globally and locally: Keep citizens engaged on corruption at local, national, international and global levels – in line with the scale and scope of corruption. Make use of the architecture that has been developed and the platforms that exist for engagement.

9. Build capacity for those who need it most: Countries that suffer from chronic fragility, conflict and violence– are often the ones that have the fewest internal resources to combat corruption. Identify ways to leverage international resources to support and sustain good governance.

10. Learn by doing: Any good strategy must be continually monitored and evaluated to make sure it can be easily adapted as situations on the ground change.

What are other ways we could fight corruption? Tell us in the comments.

http://blogs.worldbank.org/governance/h ... corruption

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