Joseph Kamara, Commissioner of the Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission is in Jamaica on a five-day visit as guest of National Integrity Action (NIA).  Mr. Kamara arrives on Sunday, January 27.  During his stay, Mr. Kamara will be guest speaker at a number of events organized by NIA and will make courtesy calls on public officials and host a press conference with members of the media fraternity.

Professor Trevor Munroe, Executive Director of NIA explains that the objective of Mr. Kamara’s visit at this time “is to share with NIA’s key stakeholders and indeed the wider Jamaica public, the experiences of Sierra Leone in their fight against corruption and the mechanisms and frameworks that were engaged in the establishment of that country’s Anti-Corruption Commission.”1