Former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi, believes Nigeria’s biggest problem is corruption But he says knowing the type of corruption is even more important if the country wants to adequately tackle the rot in the society
Sanusi identified nepotism as the worst form of corruption in Nigeria.
Former Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi, has described nepotism as the worst form of corruption. The Cable reports that the made this assertion while speaking at a webinar themed: “The sustainability of society” on Friday, July 17. According to, corruption has impacted negatively on society.
He argued that while corruption itself is a problem, the type of corruption is also critical. Nepotism, he noted, is the worst kind because it dethrones merit. He blamed nepotism for the collapse of the Federal Character system in Nigeria.