Corruption In Ghana, Will It Ever Come To An End?

corruption in Ghana

Will corruption ever come to an end in Ghana?. Well, politically, corruption is defined as a dishonest way of handling the affairs of a country through bribery.

Ghanaians political leaders always come up with strategists to end corrupt practices in the country but yet every year, an estimated is being lost with no trace.

The current President and the party in power ‘NPP’ intended to lessen the burden on existing anti-corruption agencies and remove the institutional roadblocks that exist as hindrances to the fight against corruption.

With the end result being to make anti-corrupt practices agencies in the country more effective at discharging their duties.

Mr Martin A.B.K. Amidu, the current special persecutor for Ghana was inducted into office on Friday, February 23, 2018, by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House.

Mr. Amidu has been challenged by GREENSTREET to make known his accomplishment.

Ghana was ranked as the third corrupt country based on the perception of the USA news this year and it looks like corruption still lives with us every day.

Everything in the country is about Politics. Martin Amidu has been tagged as incompetent since it has been realized he can’t do his job well.

Yet since everything is about the party in power and politics, he is still enjoying that position. If this is any thing to serve as a basis, then politically, corrupt leaders and their doings will never end in the country.