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Buses deliver anti-graft message

By FONUA TALEI The Fiji Independent Commission against corruption (FICAC) has stepped up its awareness on anti-corruption. The latest initiative undertaken by FICAC is in partnership with numerous bus companies
01 Oct 2012 15:02

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption and bus companies promote awareness on anti-corruption.

By FONUA TALEI

The Fiji Independent Commission against corruption (FICAC) has stepped up its awareness on anti-corruption.
The latest initiative undertaken by FICAC is in partnership with numerous bus companies who have come aboard to paste stickers containing anti-corruption messages on the back wall of the buses.
FICAC said in a statement that the use of visual aids on buses was the latest form of anti-corruption promotion campaign.
FICAC acknowledged the companies for being swift in their response to the anti-corruption operation.
“Now the anti-corruption messages which features the effects of corruption and FICAC’s toll free line would go as far as the buses take them, from the paved roads of the central business districts to the sugar cane fields of the West and even to the rugged terrains of Tailevu and Naitasiri,” FICAC said.
“The Commission is pleased to stand with entrepreneurs from the transport industry to educate people on curbing this development-hindering problem called corruption.”
Bus companies include Tacirua Transport Company Limited, Tebara Buses, Central Transport Limited, Kadar Buksh, Lautoka General and Sunbeam buses.




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