Is Ghana losing the fight against corruption?

John P. Frinjuah and Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye
Publication Date:
2 January 2018
Ghana, Corruption, Governance, Legal and Judicial Affairs

Overwhelming majorities of Ghanaians see "some," "most," or "all" public and private sector officials as corrupt, says a report from Afrobarometer. The perception is worst for officials in the public sector, with the police seen as the most corrupt group. The president and his office do better than other public officials, but still, more than three-fourths of citizens perceive at least some corruption there.


Is Ghana Losing the Fight Against Corruption?

Ghanaians' confidence in their current government's fight against corruption has increased substantially, but the vast majority still see "some," "most," or "all" public - and ... Read more »

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