Earlier today, the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) unveiled its new communication strategy, in Bertoua, in the East. According to the agency, the strategy aims to raise the population’s awareness through a partnership with 64 community radios nationwide.
Speaking to the press, NACC chairman, Dieudonné Massi Gams, said "We speak French and English so much. We now need to speak to rural populations using their languages, to [effectively] spread the anti-corruption message.”
He expressed hopes that thanks to the new strategy, rural populations will understand that the fight against corruption is not limited to big cities but a battle that involves every Cameroonian.
The anti-corruption agency places great hopes in the strategy. To ensure its success, it organized a seminar for journalists from community radios involved in the project.
"Now we're going to meet them and work in such a way that they set up programs through which they can communicate on the NACC’s missions and become more of the agency’s partner in the fight against corruption," says Dieudonné Massi Gams.
Michel Ange Nga