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Ghana Faces Uphill Task In The Fight Against Corruption

Ghana is said to be facing an uphill task in the fight against corruption because existing edicts and habits make the practice a highly rewarding but low risk venture. This was expressed by leadership of GACC led by the Board Chairman Rev. Fred Deegbe during a courtesy call on the Minister of Justice and Attorney General Mrs. Betty Mould-Iddrisu and leadership of the Ministry to deliberate on how to nib the canker of corruption as promised by the NDC in its manifesto. On her part the Minister noted with concern that, over the years efforts aimed at fighting corruption have yielded very little results.

She reiterated that fighting corruption is not only about giving enough resources to institutions but ensuring that there are the right laws in place to act as deterrence to those engaged in corrupt practices. To show the NDC administration's commitment to the fight against corruption, she stated that, the ministry has put together the anti-corruption laws into a single manual that will enhance easy reference and usage. Ms. Anna Bossman, the Ag. Commissioner, CHRAJ, and Vice Chair GACC urged the government to resource anti-corruption institutions as it promised. She also said that GACC was following up on pledges made by the government to fight corruption to ensure that they fulfill all their promises.

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