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CONAC Engages Community Radio Stations to Fight Corruption

The National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, CONAC, has signed collaboration agreements with some22 community radio stations drawn from the ten Regions of the country, to produce and broadcast anti-corruption messages and programmes in national languages.

            The agreements were signed on Thursday, May 16, 2024, at the CONAC’s Head Office in Yaounde, in the presence of the Chairman of CONAC, Rev. Dr.Dieudonné MASSI GAMS and promoters of Community Radio Stations selected for the first phase of the project to broadcast anti-corruption program and report onactivities carried out by CONAC, using indigenous languages. Read more “CONAC Engages Community Radio Stations to Fight Corruption”

The 138th International Labour Day : CONAC discusses decent work

The National Anti-Corruption Commission commemorated the International Labour Day, for the second time since its inception. The event was a time for reflection and celebration.

CONAC staff celebrated the 138th International Labour Day in style, on the theme: “Constructive social dialogue, vector of decent work and social progress”. Prior to the celebrations, CONAC employees gathered on the 30th of April 2024, for a conference on the concept of ‘Decent Work’. This conference was attended by the Chairman of CONAC, Rev. Dr Dieudonné MASSI GAMS, and the Vice-Chairman, Prof. François ANOUKAHA. Read more “The 138th International Labour Day : CONAC discusses decent work”

Ebolowa Anti-Corruption Clinic; CONAC arrests five suspects

The Anti-Corruption Clinic, a CONAC initiative to bring the public closer to the Commission by receiving reports of corruption and examining them in real time, ran from the 15th to the 19th of April, 2024.

 The activity, which was basically repressive, was supervised in the South Region by the Chairman of CONAC, Reverend Doctor Dieudonné MASSI GAMS, who deployed four teams of investigators and a pool of secretaries in the Conference Room of the South Regional Delegation for Tourism and Leisure.

During the week-long operation, 54 reported cases of corruption were examined by CONAC staff deployed to Ebolowa.  The CONAC investigators worked in several sub-divisions of the South Region, including Mintom, Ambam, Biwong Bulu, Mengong, Ebolowa 1 and Ebolowa 2, to verify the allegations made by victims or witnesses of those corrupt practices. Read more “Ebolowa Anti-Corruption Clinic; CONAC arrests five suspects”