Tags: Black magic, Boiss, good and evil, Grimot Nane, hypocrisy, punishment, religion, victims, wickedness
Everyday people in this everyday world of ours bear witness to everyday evil and wickedness every single day, directly or indirectly. To be consistently and confidently nefarious, one has to have some sort of power and loads of impunity to float it. Spectacular evil in the name of power is something we see on television carried out by large organisations and many rich countries of the world with empire in question. Or it is exacted by extremists. How about the non-spectacular evils of the powerful that affect us insidiously every day? The fourth installment of The Leadership of a Bad Brother is emphatic further witness; Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Anti-Corruption, capital flight, contrary institutions, David Cameron, George Ayittey, Grimot Nane, Legal reform, money laundering, Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, United Kingdom
A keynote lecture presented at Green Economics Institute 11th Annual Conference at Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England on the 29th of July 2016. The moderator was Miriam Kennet, the CEO of the Green Economics Institue.