Sulemana Braimah bemoans widespread public sector corruption [Articles & Interventions News Feature]

The Executive Director for the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), Sulemana Briamah, says corruption can only be curtailed if public sector thievery is checked.

He suggested that public sector stealing should be called what it is and not the fanciful name we often call it, which encourages persons to indulge in the act.

“Public sector thievery, which is often fancifully referred to as corruption has become the new norm. The lack of public sector accountability and the alarming rate of public sector corruption has been a name. Various reports indicate that Ghana loses about $3 billion to public sector corruption annually and that is the same amount we have spent months begging the IMF for, and now we are asked to celebrate because we have secured the bailout.”

According to him, Ghana loses $3 billion annually to public sector thievery, adding that public sector thievery has done more harm than good...

Source: https://citinewsroom.com/2023/05/sulemana-braimah-bemoans-widespread-public-sector-corruption/

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