IN a country with supposedly the highest rate of literacy in Africa — 92 percent — and in a generally conservative society where the majority of citizens are not only cultured, dignified and self-respecting, but also law-abiding what would prompt and allow the representation of people at a level as high as Parliament to be carried through by individuals with scanty educational stock or even those of questionable moral standing or mirage-like integrity? As the newly sworn legislators get ready to tackle the mandate ahead of them as representatives of the people and members of the critical legislative arm of government, speculation on what to expect of their performance is inevitable.Questions on how some of them made it into the…