Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Cameroon's Fighting Against Corruption Is Failure, Says Garga Haman Adji "National Anti-corruption Commission Member"


CRTV| Garga Haman Adji draws a negative assessment of Cameroon's action against corruption. This member of the National Anti-Corruption Commission said Sunday, May 27, 2018 on the antenna of CRTV-TV. The guest of the program News Hebdo declared that the fight against this plague had failed. "This fight against corruption is a failure," he said.

The general chairman of the political party named Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) believes that either the institutions put in place are insufficiently thought out, ie the means of constraint made available to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (CONAC). do not exist. It also assumes that the corrupt may be simply stronger than their supervisors.

Garga Haman Adji deplores the fact that anti-corruption organizations do not have the right to punish. He reports in this regard that "when the CONAC surprises someone stealing 20 billion, it reports and it is absolute silence," he says he has figures that confirm his words. Garga Haman Adji argues that it is up to the president of CONAC to tell the president what it takes for the fight to be effective.

He recalls that things worked better when he was Minister of Public Service and State Control. "The superior control of the state was simply the council of budgetary discipline I succeeded because we had powers," says the one who had been nicknamed "the whale hunter."