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Fighting corruption in Liberia

Liberia suffers from endemic corruption, although the country’s president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has declared it to be 'the major public enemy.' But transparency advocates are becoming more outspoken.

Jonathan Domah fights against corruption in Liberia. His local organization CENTAL highly depends the help of volunteers to report on bribery, misappropriation or blackmailing. His radio appearances help to make abuses public.