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From the article: “The report also highlights that corruption disproportionately affects the poorest citizens, who have to pay bribes twice as often as the richest to access public services such as health care and police assistance. Young people pay more bribes than their elders.”

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From the article: “The 10th edition of the GCB–Africa, based mainly on Afrobarometer’s Round 7 surveys, is the largest and most detailed survey of citizens’ views on bribery and other forms of corruption in Africa. The report is the eighth in Afrobarometer’s Pan-Africa Profiles series on its most recent survey findings.”