The anti-corruption clinic at the banquet hall in the Littoral Governor’s office will run from the 5th to the 8th of December 2022.
The population of Douala and the Littoral region as a whole has been called upon to denounce corruption cases at the CONAC anti-corruption clinic temporally stationed at the governor’s office. The population has been assured of their security and the protection of their identity. The anti-corruption clinic, that will run from the 5-8 of December, will inform the public on anti-corruption activities, gather reports on ongoing corrupt practices in Douala, carryout rapid intervention actions to verify alleged corrupt practices, arraign perpetrators in court and to inform the national and international public on the outcome of the anti-corruption clinic.
The anti-corruption clinic is holding prior to the International Day for the fight against corruption, to be commemorated on December 9, 2022.
The Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, Rev. Dr Dieudonné Massi Gams, has urged the population to come out in their numbers to report cases of corruption. He was speaking in Douala on December 5th in a press conference to enlighten the population on the anti-corruption clinic and other activities leading to the celebration of the International Day for the fight against Corruption.
He said the population has the responsibility to denounce corrupt practices, and CONAC will do the investigat...