About the Book
Corruption is present all over the world, but it is more endemic in some developing countries. This book helps readers to build up knowledge about corruption and to acquire skills, to combat corruption. It explores the causes of corruption, its effects on individual, on the society and on the nation; on the nature of corruption and its fundamental connections to the concepts of money, power, and justice—particularly as it affects the developing world. It offers suggestions about what can be done to prevent, minimise and eradicate corruption. Its distribution among local governing bodies is likely to have a great impact.
About the Author
Olusegun Odetoyinbo graduated in medicine in Nigeria (1974). He came to the UK in 1978. After a series of hospital jobs in the United Kingdom, he trained in Family medicine in London in 1990. He practised in partnership as a general medical practitioner in East London until 2011. He has since worked as a locum general practitioner, during which time he completed his writings, which he is now publishing. He has a passion for contributing to the developmental needs of the less developed countries.