Corruption, A Challenge to Human Rights Enhancement: Bringing the Challenges Under the Rader


Over time in history, the international laws of human rights have steadily achieved a moral plateau and nations are gradually cloaking into the course and paradigm of human rights. Despite this development, corruption births pitiable human rights structure which produces negative response loop to structured human rights framework, challenging the realization of human rights and showcasing it’s methodology as imprecise and unattainable. This article seeks to specifically address the barricades which are products of corruption, its sociological effects on human development and the roadmap to sustainable human rights enhancement. The article argues that the effects of corruption on human rights are evident in all societies; it violates the rule of law and endanger its actualization. The article concludes that human rights has become the moral principles by which the structure of state laws are measured, hence corruption having firmly griped the set out human rights sustainable procedures calls for reformation of strategies which entails an unpolluted independence and impartial judiciary, practicable strategies and an uncompromising candour and intrepidity to the defence of human rights.