From the Guardian
Corruption is the most neglected human rights violation of our time. It fuels injustice, inequality and depravation, and is a major catalyst for migration and terrorism.
In Africa, the social and political consequences of corruption rob nations of resources and potential, and drive inequality, resentment and radicalization. Corruption cheats the continent’s governments of some $50bn (£38bn) annually, and stymies successful cities, sustainable economies and safe societies.