Basic Corruption In Nigeria by: Elsa- Joan Kanos

Imagine this water tank filled to the brim with $100 dollar bills? Millions of dollars were found in a politician's house, in a remote village. One bundle of the money found could transform the village and the lives of the villagers.

People are voted into office so they can serve their people, and make things better for them. Rather Politicians are elected into office, and turn their position into a money make avenue. Average citizens do not have even have running water, electricity, and good roads.

Roads are not maintained, and often have several pot holes every mile. But roads leading to politicians home are in good conditions, and are well maintained.

Politicians live in luxury, and in comfort. While average citizens live in poor conditions. Politicians do not know the daily struggle of an average citizen.


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