Prominent Kenyan politician, Raila Odinga found corruption in Nigeria so unique he took his case study from the country at a Friday function in Nairobi. The video of his narrative which has already gone viral is uploaded here without any summary because it speaks for itself.
There will be no consensus in Nigeria in terms of interpretation of the action of the Kenyan politician. While anti-corruption war warriors are likely to be happy with it as a proof of the pervasiveness of corruption, those concerned about the geopolitical propriety of the narrative will try to chastise Mr. Odinga.
When former British Prime Minister, David Cameron called Nigeria a fantastically corrupt country, President Buhari who happened to be in Britain said he was not demanding an apology but retrieval of looted monies.