In Sierra Leone, there is an experience. The majority of the poor expect anyone with money or opportunities to share those resources with them. This disenfranchised majority has the courage to beg or ask anyone for free help. If someone were grabbed during the perpetration of a crime, the police officers would probably prefer a bribe to justice. If a student flunked a test or exam, that teacher or professor would probably require money to pass them. Do you understand my point? When we have people, who consider themselves low in luck, who live a difficult life, accept bribes to look the other way, we have a systemic gap.