Religion and Morality: The coexistence of overt religiosity and rampant corruption in Africa

Rampant corruption is flourishing alongside overt religiosity in Africa. Can religion play a role in curbing corruption in Africa? How is it that Africans can be religious but fail to live up to the tenets of their religious vocations?

Religion and Morality: The coexistence of overt religiosity and rampant corruption in Africa
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