Variations in cultural values and integrity constraints across different geographies have made academic integrity more popular in some societies than the others. However, it is compulsory to overcome these inconsistencies in order for the graduates and faculty of the less-informed societies to uphold their pride and reputation of creating, sharing, and certifying credible knowledge which contributes to the global academic body of integrity.
Olugbenro Oyekan is a current doctoral candidate with the University of Liverpool, England. He studied finance and management at masters of science (MSc) level at the Cranfield University, England, after his MBA at the Lagos State University. Olugbenro is a respected writer and prolific scholar practitioner. He has authored several articles and advanced noteworthy positions in support of academic integrity and educational development in general. One of his major works is the seminal and popular article on academic integrity and culture sensitivity. The author is the executive vice president of the International School of Management, Lagos, and member of the board of trustees, Centre for Academic Integrity, Research and Anti-plagiarism (CAIRA) in Nigeria.