The Upper East Regional Minister, Madam Paulina Patience Abayage, has said government was determined to reduce corruption to the barest minimum by making use of every available policy guide to achieve results.
She said even though corruption and its related issues had been assumed to be perceived, there was urgency in the need to ensure that the apex of the phenomenon was crushed by adopting multifaceted approaches and inviting key actors to sensitise and sanitise the system.
Madam Abayage said this in an address read on her behalf at an engagement meeting of community of traditional authorities, duty bearers, media, Civil Society Organisations (CSO).
The Minister indicated that the recent activities of government was evident that they are poised in the fight against corruption.
"The recent passing of the Right to Information Bill into law by Parliament, the creation of the Office of the Special Prosecutor, the Anti-Graft Institution, resources and logistics made available to institutions charged to confront corruption and related issues in the country, such as the Auditor General’s Department, were amplifiable examples of efforts by government to respond to corruption in the country," she noted.
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