Botswana Oil pre-empts corruption possibility


A top officer at Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) has revealed that 45 percent of their intelligence comes from anonymous sources.

The deputy director general –operations at DCEC, Gaofenngwe Wasetso yesterday said this at Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC) during the launch of the Botswana Oil Limited (BOL) tip off anonymous programme.

“Let me point out that research has shown that 40% of fraud and corruption is detected from tip offs and anonymous facilities. In fact according to DCEC records, an average of its information is from anonymous sources. This therefore further indicates the relevance of the initiative we are launching today,” Wasetso said.

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