South West Governor orders CONAC to concoct corruption charges against South West Regional delegates
A hue and cry has erupted in the South West region following a five days sensitization workshop organized by the National Anti-corruption commission that held in Buea. A visibly angered South West region governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai has requested the CONAC chair to set examples on regional delegates who boycotted the atelier.
Governor Okalia revealed that by staying away from the anti corruption workshop, the regional delegates demonstrated gross disrespect for the national body. The CPDM governor called on the Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC, to file in names of the delegates who boycotted to their bosses in Yaounde.
In his address during the conference the governor noted that “The attendance itself significantly gives you the state of corruption in the South West region. Those who are absent, mainly the regional delegates’ best know why they are shying away from a forum like this”.
The anti corruption seminar that held at the Buea Council Hall was scantily attended despite the heavy publicity from the governor’s office. The few panicky delegates in attendance were visibly spotted making hidden chats with CONAC officials enough to prove that a guilty mind need no accuser before its brought to books.
The five days regional workshop to evaluate the action plan for the fight against corruption in the South West region provided a rare opportunity for Mayor Ekema Patrick of Buea to salute the relentless fight by Rev Dr. Dieudonne Massi Gams to blaze the trail in combating corruption. According to the Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Commission Rev Dr. Diuedonne Massi Gams, the workshop was to assess the regional plan of action for the fight against corruption in the South West.
Cham Victor Bama (CIR)