Government officials and businesspersons in the private sector may have been enjoying open season on corruption, but “the writing in now on the wall”, Corruption Watch has warned.
Releasing its 2019 annual corruption report – an analysis of corruption trends in both the public and private sector – the graft-busting organisation’s executive director David Lewis warned that corrupt individuals would be outed.
The report, titled The Writing on the Wall, was released to the public earlier on Tuesday.
Lewis also warned that corrupt people and companies now face a greater chance of being arrested and tried for graft than a few years ago.
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