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Youth urged to lead the crusade against bribery and corruption

The Rural and Urban Women Association (RUWA)-Ghana, a non-government Organisation, has called on the youth to lead the crusade against bribery and corruption in Ghana. They have also been urged to refrain from engaging in activities and acts that encourage bribery and corruption. Madam Amanda Timbile, the Project Officer of the RUWA-Ghana’ Enough Project, made the call in Wa during a corruption sensitisation workshop. The workshop was part of activities to mark the International Anti-corruption Day under the theme: “Uniting the World Against Corruption for Development, Peace and Security.”

The RUWA-Ghana, in partnership with the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) with funding support from Good Governance Africa (GGA), organised the workshop for youth in selected basic schools, tertiary institutions and religious groups in the Wa Municipality.

The United Nations General Assembly adopted the United Nations Convention against Corruption on October 31, 2003, as part of measures in combating corruption…



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