Coream speaks out against corruption in Africa and Madagascar


Redemptorist communities all over Africa and Madagascar are tuned into the reality of corruption. The Redemptorists tradition in Moral Theology and Ethics compels it to speak out against corruption. Redemptorist preachers regularly in their preaching condemn corruption and call for accountability and transparency . COREAM welcomes Transparency’s International recent report which gives a platform to ordinary African citizens to express their view about corruption. On this day December 9th which is International Anti-Corruption day, COREAM invites all its members and supporters to read the Transparency International report and to reflect on its content.

Source:  https://www.transparency.org/news/feature/corruption_in_africa_75_million_people_pay_bribes