Morality Is A Social Construct: The Reason Nigeria Is So Religious, Yet So Corrupt

Morality is a social construct Why is Nigeria so religious yet so corrupt Bola Ahmed Tinubu ea Adeboye Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’adu Abubakar

Morality is about how we relate with other people. How our actions impact the well-being of others.

Sadly, the poorer people get, the more they get desperate – short-sighted, self-serving, heartless, and even cynical. {The more evil and corrupt the country gets).

If you like pray from now till you cry blood, if Nigeria doesn’t get richer, and our economy, healthcare system, and education don’t improve, our morality won’t get better.

Are You at Moral Crossroads? [3 Steps to Resolve Ethical Conflicts]

Our world can be cruel and wild, which makes keeping your morals challenging. Because in the attempt to engage with the world, we are often confronted with tough choices, and dilemmas leading to some sort of internal tension. In the case of our morals, it emerges as an ethical conflict.