Jamaicans urged to actively combat corruption

by August 13th, 2019

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.