PublicationSTATUS OF THE PAY NO BRIBE CAMPAIGN IN SIERRA LEONE
Various studies, both within and without, have unanimously postulated that bribery and corruption have undermined the fortunes of Sierra Leone, thereby slowing down its economic growth, social and political developments. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) accordingly concluded that corruption played a pivotal role in the outbreak of h
PERSPECTIVE ON ACC SYSTEMS REVIEW OF THE WATER SECTOR
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has conducted a review of practices and procedures of the Water Sector in Sierra Leone. The objective of the review is to examine and unearth corruption loopholes with the intention to proffer recommendations that will deal with the institutional vulnerabilities.
Water is an es
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - NATIONAL INTEGRITY AWARD
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) will join the rest of the world on the 9th December 2015 to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day. The Commission is calling on the general public to nominate deserving individuals who have contributed to the social and economic development of Sierra Leone by the exhibition and practice of integrity i
Annual Report - 2014
THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY
Sierra Leone and the world over are commemorating the international anti-corruption day (IAC Day) – a day set aside by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 58/7 in October 2003 to raise awareness on the dangers of corruption. The day has become a reminder to political authorities, civil society organizations and
STATEMENT OF THE COMMISSIONER, MR. JOSEPH FITZGERALD KAMARA ON THE COMMEMORATION OF INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION (IAC) DAY 9TH DECEMBER 2014
Today December 9 is the day set aside by the United Nations as the International Anti-Corruption Day. Countries all over the world observe this day by raising people’s awareness on the damaging effects of corruption and what is required for combating and preventing it.
As we observe this d
ANALYSIS - THE OATH OF OFFICE AND THE CONCEPT OF LEADERSHIP
“I……………………………………………………………………………..do hereby solemnly swear by the almighty God that the evidence I shall give in t
NO SCALING DOWN FOR ACC
While other public institutions are scaling down on their activities and some closed down completely on account of the Ebola outbreak, the Anti- Corruption Commission (ACC) rather is stepping up the anti- graft crusade.
Some public offices across the country have either cut down on their contact hours, or correspondingly
ARE YOU FOR OR AGAINST FIGHTING CORRUPTION?
Jesus Christ once asked a thrilling question to his followers; “Are you for or against me?” This he did, when he noticed the nature of double standards among his very own. He warned them against mediocrity and lukewarm attitudes, with stern words for sitting on the fence. “If you are not for me, th
THE NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION STRATEGY (NACS): AN IMPORTANT TOOL TO GOOD GOVERNANCE
The fight against corruption is a challenge in any form, because corruption takes many faces and occur in different forms and shapes across all sectors of a country. Article 5 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) recognizes effective coordinated anti-corruption strategy. The article is looking from a publ
FIGHTING CORRUPTION: ANOTHER WAY TO FIGHT POVERTY AND EBOLA
The simple message from Transparency International (TI) to world leaders gathered at the United Nations to discuss the future of the world’s development last year was: “You need to fight corruption to win the battle against poverty.” According to the anti-graft watchdog, the governance issues of providing basi
THE IRONY OF A PEOPLE
THAT ‘ASHOBI’ DANCE FOR CORRUPTION MUST STOP! PRAISE SINGING AND DAMNING CORRUPTION: THE IRONY OF A PEOPLE
Most Sierra Leoneans accept that corrupt actors have broken this country for the longest part of post independence. What is also not in contention is that most
FIGHTING EBOLA IS EQUALLY IMPORTANT AS THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
Ebola has inflicted a devastating blow on the state of affairs in Sierra Leone and the West African sub region. It has become one of the world’s greatest challenges of the 21st century. The African Union, United Nations, ECOWAS and the international community are still grappling with providing a lasting solution to this predicament.
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