Service delivery delay fuels corruption

source: BOPA
23 February, 2010

MAUN – Participants at a Directorate of Economic Crime and Corruption (DCEC) dialogue event in Maun last have intimated that that delayed service delivery is the root cause of corruption.

One of the participants, Mr Kabo Moseki noted that sloppy service delivery and low wages tended to encourage corrupt tendencies.

According to Mr Moseki, people who performed extraordinarily at their work places should be adequately rewarded as failure to do so could spark demoralization and ultimately corruption.

He advised that ethics and morality were declining hence people lacked moral accountability and consciousness.

He called on the DCEC to ensure that corporate entities have well established ethics and guidelines to ensure they [continue reading]

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