Corruption is a complex and multidimensional problem that requires total commitment, if it is to be defeated. It is natural that people would try to create privileges and personal benefits, irrespective of how negatively and adversely such behaviour may impact society, or how insidious it appears to others.
After the end of the civil war, a new political and economic system was established, and was followed by numerous difficulties such as the Ebola outbreak and the Mudslide.
These tragedies, coupled with what I call political-alienism practiced by both governments that came to power after the war, resulted in a corruption prone environment at all institutional and non-institutional levels.
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