Zuma’s “African Way”: “Corruption is at times exaggerated”

Speaking to the News24 following a meeting at the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Zuma said they have adopted a resolution that will see African leaders tackle corruption in all forms.

“There is very big noise about corruption in Africa and indeed we have acknowledged that yes there is, although at times it is quite exaggerated. And we couldn’t just wait, the fact that we have reached a point where we say it’s a problem that we should collectively tackle together, I think it’s a step forward that says we are worried that if corruption is not tackled, the very scarce resources that we have are abused in one form or the other,” said Zuma.
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