Corruption and Constitutionalism in Africa: Revisiting Control Measures and Strategies

This collection of essays to focuses on the critical issue of corruption that lies at the heart of the crisis of constitutionalism in Africa.

Most anti-corruption measures over the years have been inadequate, serving merely as symbolic gestures to give the impression something is being done. The African Union's declaration of 2018 as the 'African anti-corruption year', belated though it be, is an open recognition by African governments of the impact corruption will have on the continent unless urgent steps are taken.

The key objective of this volume is to draw attention to the problem of corruption, the complexity of the situation, with all its multi-faceted social, political, economic and legal dimensions, and the need for remedial action.


The book was published by Oxford University Press in 2020. Click HERE for more information. 

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