Combatting Corruption at the Grassroots Level in Nigeria By Prof, Funso Oluyitan

A lifelong member of the African community in the Miami Valley Ohio, Dr. Funso Oluyitan popularly known as “Baba Ase” has published Combatting Corruption at the Grassroots Level in Nigeria (Springer, 2017). This new publication examines the history, layers, and causes of corruption in Nigeria along with public oath taking as an anti-corruption strategy. The book, by Dr. Oluyitan, a graduate of the distinctive Antioch Leadership and Change Program examines social, political, and economic causes of corruption in Nigeria, tracing how corruption has evolved from the colonial period to the present day

Community Launching of the publication in United States is slated for Saturday June 17,2017 @ the Dayton Campus of Central State University Time 10am-2pm

Oluyitan Presents book at Aso Rock

The book which has been formally presented to the Nigerian President, Mohammad Buhari, through his Special Adviser on media relations, Mr. Femi Adesina, addresses the role of religion in the success of anti-corruption programs. The book provides an in-depth a case study of a successful grassroots effort to engage individual citizens and offers concrete policy recommendations for grassroots activists, students and researcher of democracy and local strides towards engaging citizens about corruption and transparency in African communities

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