A campaign to mobilise education stakeholders against corruption was organised by CONAC in Nanga Eboko, the chief town of Upper Sanaga Division as part of celebrations marking the 58th National Youth Day. Read more “58th Youth Day Celebration: CONAC promotes integrity in Nanga-Eboko”
The announcement was made by the Head of State, His Excellency Paul BIYA, during his address to the nation on December 31, 2023.
While presenting the balance sheet of the year 2023 and perspectives for 2024, the Head of State, His Excellency Paul BIYA, during his address to the nation on December 31, 2023, informed Cameroonians that:
“Actions implemented to combat corruption and misappropriation of public funds are essential for protecting public resources. They will be intensified in the coming year ».
The National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, CONAC, is pleased by this declaration of the Head of State, His Excellency Paul BIYA, and hopes for a boost in the fight against corruption in the days ahead, notably through actions such as:
- the criminalisation of illicit enrichment;
- the effective declaration of property;
- the decentralisation of the National Anti-Corruption Commission to take the institution closer to the population, the ultimate beneficiaries of efforts to fight against corruption.
South Regional Governor, Felix NGUELE NGUELE led a sensitisation walk across the streets of Ebolowa on Saturday, December 9, 2023, to raise awareness on the dangers of corruption and pull public support to the on-going national effort to combat the cankerworm. Read more “CONAC Mobilises the Public through a Sensitisation Walk to Commemorate 2023 International Anti-Corruption Day”
A forum which had as principal actors, institutions that carry out operational functions in the fight against corruption, notably CONAC, CONSUPE, the Ministry of Justice and ANIF, was organised on November 16, 2023 with the objective to create a point of convergence for an Anti-Corruption Law in Cameroon. Read more “CONAC and Parliamentary Network Against Corruption Advocate for Anti-Corruption Law”
Four Corruption Suspects Arrested
The Cameroon National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC organised its 3rd Anti-Corruption Clinic in Bertoua from the 2nd to 6th of October, 2023. The move seeks to take the services of the Commission closer to the population and intensify the fight against corruption. Read more “CONAC Anti- Corruption Clinic in Bertoua.”
The National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, CONAC, is currently on a campaign to ensure a corruption free back to school, as schools in the basic, and secondary education sector, including vocational training, reopen their doors for the 2023/2024 School Year.
Prior to the resumption on September 4, 2023, CONAC workers visited school campuses to monitor the registration and admission of pupils and students, to ensure that bribery, extortion, embezzlement of funds and abuse of power which are usually common during back to school period, are checked. Read more “CONAC Calls for a Corruption Free 2023/2024 School Year”
Officials of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC, led by the Commission’s Chairman, Rev. Dr. Dieudonne MASSI GAMS, were on the touchlines of the 23rd edition of the National Finals of FENASSCO League A Games, organised in Garoua and Gashiga, from July 29th to August 5, 2023. The institution stormed the event with a call on athletes, officials and the entire public to shun corruption and embrace integrity. Read more “CONAC SOWS INTEGRITY AT FENASSCO A GAMES IN GAROUA”
Administrative Authorities and some inhabitants of Ngaoundéré, chief town of the Adamawa Region in Cameroon, rose to an Anti-Corruption walk on Tuesday July 11, 2023, to sensitize the public against the cankerworm, as they joined the National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC, to commemorate the African Anti corruption Day. Read more “7th African Anti-Corruption Day: CONAC Mobilises Ngaoundere Denizens and Heads of Anti-Corruption Units”
The National Anti-Corruption Commission stumped the arena of the 16th edition of the National Finals of FENASSCO League B Games in Douala from June 10 to 16, 2023, with the sensitisation and distribution of anti-corruption gadgets to athletes, officials and spectators. The sports jamboree reserved for primary school pupils, set a stage for the Commission to reinforce its integrity campaign that entails inculcating integrity and ethical values in pupils and students so as to guarantee a future generation of leaders free from corruption and misappropriation of public goods.
CONAC Chairman, Rev Dr. Dieudonné Massi Gams who steered the mission to Douala took the anti-corruption drive to play grounds as he visited sites like the Bepanda Omnisport Stadium and the Mbanya Sports Complex in Bonamoussadi, where he watched games and equally spoke with officials and athletes to ensure the completion was void of fraud and cheating.
One of the highlights of CONACs activities at the 2023 FENASSCO B Games was an integrity quiz which brought together 20 candidates with each of the ten regions of the country delegating 2 pupils for the exercise. The Quiz was organised at the games village at the Government Bilingual Primary School Bepanda Omnisport, where CONAC equally put up a sensitisation stand against corruption.
Amongst the numerous visitors to the CONAC stand were the Minister of Basic Education, Pr. Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa, the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Pr. Narcise Mouelle Kombi and the Minster of Youth and Civic Education, Mounouna Foutsou. The officials like several others including the Governor of the Littoral Region, Samuel Deudonné Ivaha Diboua, lauded the work of CONAC and its participation at the FENASSCO Games.
A delegation from the executive bureau of the network of junior senators from the centre regions was on Tuesday June 6, 2023 received in audience by the Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, Rev. Dr. Dieudonné Massi Gams. Read more “Junior Senators Poised to Combat Corruption”