Bamenda - The National Commission for the Fight against Corruption in Cameroon, (CONAC), on July 26, 2010, revealed names of ministries which its study considers as the most corrupt in the country.
Without any surprise, the Ministry of Finance (25%, Ministry of Justice (12% ), Police Force (12%), Public works (9%), Higher Education, Public Health, and Transport all occupy in that order, the list of most corrupt ministries in the country.
Biya Must Confront Root Causes of Corruption - Prof. Kale Dibussi Tande
Ndiva Kofele-Kale, Professor of Public International Law at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, is a leading scholar on the impact of corruption in developing countries. He is also at the forefront of the growing movement to make corruption a human rights violation punishable under international law.
In this interview, Professor Kofele-Kale talks about the anti-corruption drive in Cameroon, and the need to establish international mechanisms for dealing with corruption by high-ranking government officials.
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