The Okaikoi South parliamentary aspirant of Ghana’s biggest opposition party, told Ekow Mensah-Shalders on the Executive Breakfast Show on Monday December 21 that: “I recently learnt that
She said though corruption cannot be reduced to zero, it could be controlled to a certain extent if leadership showed commitment and political will to do so.
As far as she is concerned, corruption has now become a “headache, it is like a canker in our system”.
A recent report by Transparency International on the Global Corruption Barometer revealed that Ghana performed badly as far as fighting corruption is concerned.
Ghana (76%) was sandwiched between South Africa (83%) and Nigeria (75%).
The three best performing countries include: Burkina Faso (28%), Mali (31%) and Cote D’Ivoire (32%).