Sierra Leone anti-graft body fights corruption in Muslim commnity with scriptures
Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been meeting with a cross-section of Imams in the capital Freetown.
According to the commission targeting this group in the fight against graft is strategic in the fight against the culture of corruption.
The Muslim community in Sierra Leone constitutes about seventy percent of the country’s five million population.
Our Freetown correspondent Mohamed Konneh was at the one-day meeting held Monday and spoke with Sholay Davis, Director of Public Education Outreach at the ACC about the reasons for engaging the Muslim group.
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