QUIET CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN LAGOS- DEVELOPMENT REPORT
According to the World Bank definition, the term “Quiet Corruption” as used in this context, refers to corrupt practices that are not very visible or easily recognizable, which go on discretely in organizations and institutions, often perpetrated by officials who are paid to render some services.
A pilot study aimed at understanding the prevalence, forms and patterns of quiet corruption in public education institutions in Lagos State, and under the aegis of TrustAfrica, the Human Development Initiatives (HDI), described the perceptions of students, parents, teachers and lecturers, highlighting the factors responsible for the said subject matter and also highlighting how it can be curtailed.
On this week’s episode of #DevelopmentReport , Femi Obong-Daniels is joined in the studio by Samuel Ajayi, Program Director at Human Development Initiative as they look at all the burning issues surrounding Quiet Corruption in Public Education Institutions in Lagos.
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