Fiji marks anti-corruption day
December 9, 2016 7:14 pm
Fiji observed the International Anti-Corruption Day yesterday with the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption stressing that such practices hinder economic development, damages private sector integrity and draws off the finances intended to reduce poverty.
The Commission is having a seven-day road show in the Western, Northern and Central/Eastern Division.
Spokesperson, Nandni Vandana says they’re using this time to take their services and products to communities.
They also want people to understand the Commission’s anti-corruption initiatives and to empower individuals to say “No” to corruption.