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LACK OF INTEGRITY: THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

Ubong Joshua, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria, Undergraduate student.As a student, in 2016 I got an annual scholarship of #150,000. The fund was for my tuition, textbooks, and other expenses. It was a huge relief to my family that was getting overburdened with my academic expenses. Yet, everytime I thought about the scholarship, I felt a plague haunting me. I tried as much as I could, but could not neglect it. It reminded that one of the documents I used to obtain the scholarship was forged.…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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LACK OF INTEGRITY: THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

Ubong Joshua, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria, Undergraduate student.As a student, in 2016 I got an annual scholarship of #150,000. The fund was for my tuition, textbooks, and other expenses. It was a huge relief to my family that was getting overburdened with my academic expenses. Yet, everytime I thought about the scholarship, I felt a plague haunting me. I tried as much as I could, but could not neglect it. It reminded that one of the documents I used to obtain the scholarship was forged.…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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LACK OF INTEGRITY: THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

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Ubong Joshua,

University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria,

Undergraduate student.

As a student, in 2016 I got an annual scholarship of #150,000. The fund was for my tuition, textbooks, and other expenses. It was a huge relief to my family that was getting overburdened with my academic expenses. Yet, everytime I thought about the scholarship, I felt a plague haunting me. I tried as much as I could, but could not neglect it. It reminded that one of the documents I used to obtain the…

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