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Say ‘NO’ to corruption – Citizens in Mankessim urged

Reverend Dr Mark Lamptey, Mfantseman Local Area focal person on Anti-Corruption, Accountability Networks (LANets) has emphasised the need for the citizenry to join the crusade against corruption. “Hence the need for all to be patriotic citizens and say ‘NO’ to corruption and to let their ‘NO’ count by reporting corruption to the appropriate quarters including the Police, Chiefs, Assembly members, Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) and not to be spectators,” he stated. Rev. Dr. Lamptey made call at separate engagements at Mankessim to commemorate the celebration of the 2022 International Anti -Corruption Day. The week-long celebration under the theme: “uniting the World against corruption for development, peace and security,” was organised jointly by Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, LANet, Send Ghana Integrity Initiative, and Amnesty international with sponsorship from Good Governance Consult. It also marked 19 years of the passage of the United Nations Convention against corruption to raise public awareness for anti-corruption and to urge all to actively speak out against corruption in the society…


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