Robert Wundeh Eno has written a book review of Kolawole Olaniyan’s “Corruption and Human Rights Law in Africa” in the Lagos Vanguard.  One of the key insights of the book, according to Eno, is that corruption is not a victimless crime, as often assumed.  He draws the link between corruption and its real-world effects on “ordinary citizens, who are usually the most vulnerable in society.”

Even if you do not have access to (or time to read) Olaniyan’s book, the review is worth taking a look.

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