Jump off corruption bandwagon
It has become noticeable that although there are regular complaints about corruption on a grand scale here, nothing effectively is being done by the Government or the judiciary to halt its expansion.
There are those among our population who are well known for their involvement in corruption, especially within the corridors of power, who are allowed to walk as free citizens without let or hindrance.
This together with the attitude of such individuals are causing tremendous damage to the fabric of our society and has a great effect on the morals of those in positions of responsibility and authority. It also plays on the minds of the young people who are now beginning to believe that to make progress, corruption is the “in thing”.
The quickest way to try to bring about a local solution to this offence is to severely penalise those culprits who are found guilty, by long-term imprisonment and seizing their assets. However, having said that, the judiciary and politicians will first have to jump off the bandwagon of corruption before any progress is ever made on this issue; and by the looks of things, pigs might fly before they do so.