The Pope, in his meeting with young people in Kinshasa, asks to say yes to "honesty" and no to "corruption".
"Let's say together: no to corruption", said the Pope speaking in French.
Then he cited the case of Floribert Bwana Chui who was killed 15 years ago in Goma for having blocked the passage of spoiled food which would have damaged people's health.
"He could have let go, they wouldn't have found out and he would have earned it. But, as a Christian, he prayed, thought of others and chose to be honest, saying no to the filth of corruption. This is keeping not only clean hands but the heart clean".