The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) has said the declaration of assets should not be shrouded in secrecy as doing so can defeat the objective for the passage of the Conduct of Public Officers Law.
“Ghana has an opportunity to truly strengthen our anti-corruption fight through the Conduct of Public Officers Law. “We are confronted with corruption. Only legislation will give us a fighting chance,” Mrs. Beauty Emefa Narteh GACC Executive Director has said. Mrs. Narteh who was speaking at a symposium to mark International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) celebrations in Ghana organised by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
Speaking on the theme: “Curbing Corruption in Ghana through a Robust Conduct of Public Officers Law: Perspectives of Civil Society,” Mrs. Narteh appealed to stakeholders especially the Legislature and Executive not to dilute the Conduct of Public Officers Bill before passage…