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 A modern parable on the impact of corruption

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Emeka was a good man and tried to do good things for the people he liked. Emeka worked for a State Governor in Nigeria and although he had good intentions of using his power to help his friends and family, he learns that using public office and funds to make him popular with those close to him can actually harm the people in his State.

Emeka's Money is a modern parable designed for children aged six to ten years old to help them understand the impact that corruption has within Nigerian society. Written by anti-corruption and service delivery expert Onyinye Ough and illustrated by Adeniyi Odeleye this is the perfect book for African parents who want to teach their children about the impact of corruption and encourage them to be future leaders to change how things are done on the continent.

 

 

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