nkf, testing the institutions
nkf is no longer a singular isolated case of mismanagement, corruption, exploitation, deceit, and abuse of power. it is now seen as a test case against all the institutions that we have been led to believe, all the cornerstones of our clean and efficient country. it brought into question our world renowned systems of management, corporate governance, how we are able to tackle corruption, how power corrupts, how easily the people are deceived, and even how our justice system could end up serving injustice at the expense of the poor who have no money to buy their own justice. we are now a nation under scrutiny on what we believe are good, effective and superior to the rest of the world. everything is now under the microscope. will we be able to weather and survive this crisis and prove that our systems and beliefs really work. or they are all myths or poor and groundless assumptions that cannot stand the test of time. what have gone wrong? why were past truths no longer truths?