That tax payers’ cash used to purchase vehicle with registration number 70 SL 46 for the use of the Sierra Leone Army, is utilized with reckless abandon by some members of the ruling All People’s Congress (APC) in the party’s bye-election rally,
Fambul Tok International has embarked on a nationwide community healing and reconciliation campaign, aimed at healing wounds caused by differences that emerged within and between communities and families; due to the advent of the Ebola Virus Disease.
The Anti-Corruption Commission has engaged over 15 government ministries, agencies and departments (MDAs) on the need to popularize the Integrity Pacts geared towards combating corruption and getting MDAs to committing themselves to help in the fight against corruption.
Speaking during the engagement meeting, the Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission, Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara said in order to further enhance public integrity, the National Anti-Corruption Commission Strategy of 2014—2018 provides the strategic approach and definitive action plan which compels all ministries, departments and agencies to integrate anti-corruption measures in their institutions.
The Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has described internal auditors as key stakeholders in the fight against corruption. Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara made this statement at the opening session of a two-day workshop for internal auditors of government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) at the Cathedral Hall in Freetown.
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 Commission in Achieving the Goals of the Agenda for Prosperity" at a symposium marking the 35th anniversary celebrations of the Institute for Public Administration and Management, (IPAM) at the Miatta Conference Center in Freetown.
President Ernest Bai Koroma Tuesday 10 November, 2015, urged the National Commission for Children to achieve its mandate and set the standards and relevance of the commission to the people of Sierra Leone. The commission is charged with the responsibility to monitor and coordinate the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and Part Three of the Children’s Act, improving the condition or welfare of the children of Sierra Leone as well as advising government on policies that are compatible to the CRC.