Donor Nations: Stop the Hypocrisy
The behavior of donor nations over corruption in developing countries has been perplexing. The donor nations have been hypocritical when they condemn corruption in the poor nations while at the same time allowing looted public funds to be banked into those same nations. How is corruption expected to end in the poor nations without the involvement of donor nations, where all looted public funds has been banked?
The donor nations should freeze all bank accounts abroad in which the looted public funds fro developing nations have been deposited. The continued liberty and the freedom enjoyed by corrupt leaders while they hide the loot from their poor nations into their personal bank accounts abroad has been the sole factor that has encouraged corruption and increased poverty and suffering to the innocent women and children in poor nations.
Freeze all looted public funds and all the property that has been bought with the looted public funds. It is the only sure way of ending suffering and poverty in the developing Nations.
By Isaac Newton Kinity
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