Need to introduce the death penalty for corruption

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All over the world it is an established fact that crimes or offenses that attract the death penalty are few when compared to those that don’t ask for the supreme price in exchange for crimes. Areas when death penalties have done wonders include drug trafficking, murder and armed robbery. But it seems we are forgetting a very important group of people that commit crimes that affect very negatively the lives of many, most times running into......

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