Majority of Ghanians say I’m fighting corruption well - Akufo-Addo

Majority of Ghanians say I’m fighting corruption well - Akufo-Addo

- President Nana Addo says most Ghanaians are happy by the progress his administration is making despite the challenges it faces

- He told Ghanaians in Canada that the NPP government is committed to winning the fight against corruption in the country

- The President also said bold measures have been taken to sanitise Ghana's banking system

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President Nana Akufo-Addo has touted his government's achievements in the fight against corruption.

According to the Ghanaian President, regardless of the attempt by political opponents to brand his government as corrupt, he has shown 100% commitment at fighting the canker.

He told NPP supporters in Canada that, he has shown by deeds in the fight against corruption and not by words.

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"It, therefore, does not come as a surprise that, in the Global Corruption Barometer, conducted by Transparency International and Afrobarometer, 60% of Ghanaians, in 2019, believe government is doing a good job at fighting corruption, as opposed to 25% in 2015," the President told Ghanaians in Canada.

Akufo-Addo said Ghana has also been projected by the IMF, to be the fastest-growing economy in the entire world, with a projected GDP growth rate of 8.8%.

He added that all economic indicators show Ghana is on the right path and this has led to the country benefitting from foreign direct investment in the sub-region.

President Akufo-Addo added that only hard work, innovation, creativity can move Ghana to the next level and produce wealth for Ghanaians.

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