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Jamaica not seriously ready to fight corruption — Bishop Gregory

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman — Anglican Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, the Rt Rev Dr Howard Gregory, has suggested that Jamaica is still not ready to deal with the issue of corruption “in an open, mature, and responsible manner, regardless of the persons who are allegedly involved”.

Speaking at a plenary round table entitled, ‘The Role of the Church in Preserving Ethics, Trust and Morality, at a Caribbean conference hosted by the University College of the Cayman Islands in this financially wealthy British territory on Friday, Bishop Gregory said that Jamaica needed to get serious about keeping the scourge in check, otherwise, the nation will suffer even more serious consequences.

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