Capital Ethiopia Newspaper

University students to receive anti-corruption training

The Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission said that it would offer training on corruption prevention strategies to 25,000 university graduates this year. Ethics Education chief Advisor Kebede Sima said the training is aimed at inculcating basic concepts of ethics in the minds of the graduates so that they can fight corruption. Orientation will be given on the concepts of ethics, an anti-corruption laws and the role of graduates in fighting corruption, among others. The Training will be given to state owned university students who will be graduating this academic year. The commission has offered similar training to 15,000 graduates last year.
(The Ethiopian Herald)