Jamaicans need to take steps to actively combat corruption in government and the society.
That’s according to Executive Director of National Integrity Action, Professor Trevor Munroe.
He was responding to a recent poll conducted by Bill Johnson which indicated that more Jamaicans are concerned about corruption.
Speaking in an interview with Irie Fm News, Professor Munroe noted that communities pay a price for corruption, and that there is a growing understanding of the connection between corruption and the dis-satisfactions of daily life.
The NIA Executive Director said while the concern is good, citizens must translate this concern into action.