- Nana Addo has hinted of massive prosecution of corrupt officials in 2018
- The president has rubbished claims of corruption in his administration
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President of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, says no one should tag his administration as a witch hunt when prosecution of corrupt officials start in 2018.
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Nana Addo says his government's commitment to fighting corruption will be made evident in 2018 when the office of special prosecutor fully takes effect.
Earlier on, the attorney general, revealed that investigations are currently underway so as to gather the needed evidence against these corrupt officials but Nana Addo reveals that the government has undertaken audits and investigations.
Meanwhile, Nana Addo has rubbished claims of corruption in his government following the "cash for seat" scandal which saw expatriates reportedly pay 100,000 dollars just to sit next to the president at an awards night.
Nana Addo believes this was an attempt by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to darken the image of the NPP.
"They are trying every means soil us but it won't wash,” Nana Akufo-Addo remarked.
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