AND, So there is decay and corruption in Germany? In academia no less? Hmmm? So corruption is not a Yoruba word after all? Not an Igbo word? Not an Hausa word? How come? Those must be Germans of Nigerian descent! -ILN
ALMOST everybody (including the fellow German citizens of those professors themselves, along with the rest of their industrialized western counterparts, from the United Kingdom to the United States) accepts that corruption is NOT unique to Africa/ns from Yorubaland or Hausaland or Igboland or Zululand - that corruption is and unfortunate global 'phenomenon' that spares NO society or people - not even the Pope's Holy See in Rome.
And that is the God-honest truth; most people know that NO peoples or culture or society in this world has any monopoly on these vices per se - none! It is therefore highly convenient for any bloody citizen with a signboard name as "I Love Nigeria" to arrogate unto himself the position of "Defender of the Bullied and Oppressed" where there's little or no need for such - especially from people like him, who exploit the world's imbalances for personal recognition.
It is easy to accept that there isn't much of any negative campaign against Africans/Third World countries besides the reality that those parts of the world happen to have a FAR higher level of graft or corruption which, in many cases, are so blatantly daring that honest people appear as outcasts or aliens in those societies. This is why some of these third-world societies appear to stand out more than the rest of the societies where corruption happen.
So let no bloody unrepentant apologist for one of the more corrupt, egomanic, incorrigible and law-breaking government heads like Nigeria's Olusegun Obasanjo pretend to speak for the less privileged societies of this world, for in hailing and praising basterds like Obasanjo throughout the duration of their ignominous reign, these folks helped sustain the negative reputation that the tenures of leaders like Obasanjo bequeathed our societies, from Oduduwaland to Ijawland!
In other words, shut-the-fcuk up, Paul "I Love Nigeria" Adujie!