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The World Bank, in its annual Africa Development Indicators report, says so-called "quiet corruption" is widespread in Africa. The report says the problem of corruption goes beyond bribes and graft and affects health, education, and agriculture.

The World Bank says public servants, in many African countries, are failing to deliver government goods and services to the people they are aimed at.

It says the problem is widespread across Africa and affects poor people most because they rely on government services. 
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