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Dirk Harrison’s Retirement Is Regrettable – NIA

The National Integrity Action (NIA) has described as regrettable the retirement of acting Director of Corruption Prosecutions at the Integrity Commission Dirk Harrison.

August 29, 2019

Difficult without Dirk

Anti-corruption campaigners say Harrison walking away from Integrity Commission will hurt Jamaica.

August 29, 2019

Leaders lack political will to curb corruption

Corruption always has been on the forefront of political conversations in our homes, businesses, and social settings. Almost every Jamaican citizen around the world could state, […]

August 27, 2019

Cocoa Tea bashes corrupt politicians

CocoaTea is calling out corrupt politicians in soon-to-be released single Bax Dem Up.

August 27, 2019

NIA Condemns Recent Political Utterances By Phillips, Waite

The National Integrity Action (NIA) has described recent utterances by Member of Parliament and Peoples National Party (PNP) Vice President, Mikael Phillips, as well as PNP […]

August 15, 2019

Clarify PM’s 2017 Statutory Declaration, NIA Urges Integrity Commission

There is a call for the Integrity Commission to shed some light on the status of Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ 2017 statutory declaration.

August 12, 2019

Killing the twin Cs Crime and corruption must be brought down

Our island nation is at a critical juncture which requires urgent action if the success desired is to be realised. While we are seeing a glimmer […]

August 12, 2019

30 Years Of Political Scandals … Lack Of Adequate Accountability In Corruption Allegations Erodes Public…

The latest episode in Jamaica’s ongoing plague of political impropriety involving taxpayers’ resources has been front and centre stage since last year, with back-to-back scandals involving […]

August 12, 2019

T&T Gov’t Minister, Husband Detained In Relation To Corruption Probe

The Keith Rowley-led administration on Thursday confirmed that a search warrant was executed at the home of a senior government minister as the police probe fraud-related activities.

August 9, 2019