BY BARNABAS MANEBONA
MORE awareness programs to educate them on the processes of how to report corruption practices is needed according to locals of Northwest Choiseul.
Speaking to Island Sun, Varisi Lavata’s Ward 12 Member for Provincial Assembly (MPA) Hon Nerio Ulemiki said they need the Leadership Code Commission, Ombudsman’s Office, police, Transparency Solomon Islands and other bodies who are dealing with corruption practises to go down to their grassroots level and assist them.
“In order to uproot corruptions being in all levels of society in Solomon Islands, everyone needs each other’s assistance,” said Hon Ulemiki.
He said trainings they seek for should also include educating them in knowing which bodies are dealing with specific issues of corruptions.
Solomon Islands is currently one of the countries in the world that is experiencing high rise of reports over corruption practises.