This morning, British Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on camera telling the Queen that Nigeria and Afghanistan are possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world. He then laughed at the end of the conversation.
To me, this is a case of the pot calling the kettle black! Wasn't Cameron implicated in the Panama Papers? He actually admitted to benefiting from the Panama assets.
Nigeria is corrupt, but you don't invite people for anti-corruption summit and laugh at them before they arrive.
At least they agreed to come, that tells me they're interested in combating the problem.
Not sure if Cameron is really trying to help us fight corruption or trying to laugh at us. But maybe this is what we need to get serious about fighting corruption.
By the way, the Archbishop of Canterbury disassociated himself!