Welcome to Anti-Corruption Commission, Sierra Leone
War on Corruption: Welcome to the website of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone. The Commission provides the lead in the crusade against corruption in Sierra Leone and partners with other key institutions to prevent, eradicate and/or suppress corruption and corrupt practices.
We take a three pronged approach – prevention, education and prosecution – in the fight against corruption. But we cannot do it alone. We require the support of the general populace in this fight.
It is my hope that this website will help you gain a better understanding of the work of the Commission. It contains a number of very interesting features and articles.
Please take time to browse through and send us your comments and feedback to help make it better and to help us in our work.
NewsCOMMEMORATION OF INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY 2015
The Anti-Corruption Commission is commemorating the International Anti-Corruption Day with a week-long event in December. This nationwide commemoration will be marked with activities ranging from Muslim and Christian thanksgiving services, a Public Lecture delivered by the Co-founder of Transparency International, Peter Conze o
THE A4P IS A COMMITMENT TO CHANGE
Director of Public Education and Outreach Department at the Anti-Corruption Commission has said the Agenda for Prosperity is a roadmap, expressing a commitment to change for improving the socio-economic profile of Sierra Leone. Madam Koloneh Sankoh was speaking on the topic "The Role of the Anti-Corruption CommissiACC ARRESTS TOWN CHIEF IN BUMPE NGAO CHIEFDOM AND A TEACHER FOR ALLEGED CORRUPTION OFFENCES
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) wishes to inform the general public that the Town Chief of Bumpe town in Bumpe Ngao Chiefdom John Nabib and a teacher Joseph Kposowa have been arrested in respect of allegations of soliciting monies from beneficiaries of the Social Safety Net (SSN) Project.
The Social Safety Ne
ACC SECURES CONVICTION FOR IMPERSONATION AGAINST ONE MOSES ALLIEU
On today's date of 16th October 2015, the High Court of Freetown, presided over by Justice Abdulai Charm, Justice of the Court of Appeal, convicted one Moses Allieu on two counts of Impersonation contrary to Section 76 and Accepting advantage to protect offender from legal proceedings, contrary to Section 41(1) (a) of the Anti-Corruption Act 20
ACC BOSS ATTENDS 2ND AFRICAN JUDICIAL DIALOGUE IN ARUSHA, TANZANIA
The Anti-Corruption Commissioner has said "justice is the wheel of the chariot of good governance" in any country, and that for democracy to grow, the Justice Sector must be strengthened. Joseph F. Kamara was speaking at a three-day African Judicial Dialogue conference entitled “C