Guest Editor Mo Ibrahim gave listeners a convincing image of success today in West Africa and corruption
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Time AA plans offered and the customs of their grandchildren, Huw Stephens on Radio 1 that plays to each Once more at home during the day, 5 Live, Stephen Nolan talking to other alcoholics who had been in their distress and that, tragically, did not. (The latter is uneasy listening: Nolan does not seem somehow to get the right tone, as it seems obscene Victoria Derbyshire, rather than journalism.). Anyway, besides all this, I have a new hero. His name is Mo Ibrahim, and he is a businessman cell phone: not my usual genre, but we must move with the times. And Mo is definitely the time. As guest editor TuesdayIbrahim, who is British and Sudan, has created an award which recognizes African countries show that they are corrupt.
Anyway, Davis met Ibrahim at the end of the program. His speech was cut a little short, but the BBC website in its entirety. Davis asked Ibrahim of "lubrication" in business, the idea that in some places, it does nothing unless you bribe the right people.
"This is absolute shit," said Ibrahim and launched a tirade on the line. "For every corrupt politician, there are dozens of corrupt business people," he said. "How many traders have been prosecuted for corruption? They are honored here. You give them titles. It makes them masters. "
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