Former president John Dramani has cited many instances under the current Akufo-Addo administration which prove it is very corrupt.
In recent times, various allegations have been leveled against the Akufo-Addo administration for being involved in a lot of corruption-related cases.
Just yesterday, September 9, 2019, the president addressed the issue of corruption that was fast eating into the cores of the country.
YEN.com.gh however conducted a poll to assess which government is more corrupt.
The results of the poll conducted revealed that the NPP under President Akufo-Addo was 71% more corrupt as compared to NDC under Mahama.
Social media users have commented on the poll conducted as they believe Nana Addo's government is more corrupt.
Raphael said Akufo-Addo is the most corrupt.
Akuffo said he thought Mahama was corrupt until Akufo-Addo came into power.
Anane said Akufo-Addo is the most corrupt president, since he hires the media to do his dirty work for him.
READ ALSO: Fact Check: Who actually started free SHS?
Ben said Mahama is a saint as compared to Akufo-Addo.
Michael said the NPP is the most corrupt government.
Halid said John Mahama wasted 8 years doing nothing.
Meanwhile, there have been a lot of reported cases of corruption under the watch of President Akufo-Addo.
Scandals such as the Maritime Authority scandal, public procurement authority corruption scandal, the cash for seat scandal, the PDS scandal and several other corruption scandals.
Most people called the president names for clearing the corruption cases that according to the public should have been taken on.
Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo refuted suggestions and allegations that his government has literally cleared all persons accused of being corrupt or involved in the malpractice.
Faces of Ghana: Local Fisherman Bemoans the Effects of Fishing with Light| #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.