October 27, 2021

ACC Builds Collaboration with SPECIMEN Newspaper

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The Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone (ACC) has built positive relationship with the management of the Specimen Newspaper in its bid to stamp down corruption in Sierra Leone.

Alpha Bedoh Kamara
Alpha Bedoh Kamara

The ACC Team which includes Head of the outreach unit, Glennis Frazer, Abubakarr Turay and Mariama Navo met the managing editor of the newspaper Alpha Bedoh Kamara and his team on Tuesday 14th April 2015 at the newspaper’s 48 Siaka Stevens Street, Freetown.
“We are here to familiarize ourselves with your management and to continue to strengthen our relationship in the fight against corruption in the country,” Navo said.
She said the fight against corruption cannot be left alone with the Commission and thus the need for the media to play active role to ensure issues of corruption are addressed.
“We are very proud about your role in the development of the country and implore you to continue your good work,” she noted.
Kamara informed the team that the editorial policy of the newspaper prioritises health issues and that the fight against corruption is of vital importance in the provision of sustainable, reliable and affordable medicare throughout the country.
“We cannot isolate one from the other. When we work together and ensure we bring to light corrupt practices that are affecting our health sector, our people will get better health care,” Kamara said.
Abubakarr Turay also said he has known Kamara for many years and respected him highly for his persistent efforts in promoting health issues in the media landscape in the country.
“We are very happy for this development and looking forward to a fruitful relationship,” he said.
Glennis Frazer said bringing the media closer to the works of the ACC is vital in stamping out corruption and why the ACC is reaching out to publication houses to build better relationships.
“I commend you for your exceptional work and urge you to continue what you are doing,” she reiterated.
Mr. Abdul Karim Fonti, a member of the Board of SPECIMEN, said the newspaper is unique in the sense it’s prioritizes health issues.
He said the relationship being made between the SPECIMEN and the ACC is in the best interest of the people of Sierra Leone.
“We will continue to work with the ACC for a better Sierra Leone,” he noted.

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