By Bayo Adebayo
Name, nail, shame and shun corrupt leaders anywhere, everywhere seem to be the watchword of the Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, (CACOL), founded by Debo Adediran, an activist, an educationist and a humanist.
Though belated, but March 27, 2019, the non-governmental organization held a feedback programme on good governance, accountability, and transparency for grassroots influencers.
The influencers were drawn from all the community development areas and community development committees in Osun state, to educate and motivate them on how to identify corruption at their communities.
Speaking during the one-day event, Debo told the participants that educators were drawn from the academia, the civil society organizations, anti-corruption agencies, security agencies, legal practitioners and the relevant agencies to educate the influencers on the whole nitty-gritty of corruption.
The CACOL boss identified the various levels of corruption to include: petty, kleptomaniac and grand and stresses that it exists at the community, state and federal levels.
He called on the influencers to in turn spread the message of the anti-corruption war to all their people in their various communities.