The Afrobarometer report for 2019 shows that young people are deeply affected by corruption. On this special podcast episode to commemorate Africa Anti-corruption Day, we ask a group of young Nigerian activists (Aisha Salaudeen, Joshua Alade & Jacob Sule) How corruption affects young people in Africa? What are some ways that young people can act against corruption? Is education essential in empowering youth led integrity movements? and how can young people become creatively involved in addressing corruption as it occurs around them?
Listen to voices of Young African leaders sharing their experiences, fears and thoughts on the role of youth in tackling corruption.
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