Nigeria marks its 60th anniversary on the 1st of October 2020. As a country marking its 60th anniversary, the world expects to see a country on its feet running, but all they see is a country on its knee plagued and crippled by flagrant corruption, abuse of public office, and a high state of insecurity. Unfortunately, the present state of Nigeria is the consequence of our values and how we moralise compliance.
It is obvious that non-compliance is endemic in Nigeria, and Nigerians have accepted and accommodated poor ethical practices as genuine, and the Nigerian way of doing things. Many have wrongly assumed that the poor attitude of Nigerians towards compliance is the result of poor education and poor exposure to how things are done in advanced economies. Unfortunately, this is not the case as most Nigerians in positions of authority, be it at federal, state, and local levels, have at one time or another lived or travelled to these advanced nations where compliance rules the actions of every citizen.
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OSSAI, BONIFACE. "The Morality of Compliance, A major Barrier to Nigeria’s Economic Sustainability." Afribary.com (2020). Accessed November 27, 2020. https://afribary.com/works/the-morality-of-compliance