Mahama fought corruption better than Akufo-Addo is doing - Omane Boamah

Mahama fought corruption better than Akufo-Addo is doing - Omane Boamah

- Omane Boamah says Mahama fought corruption in a serious manner than Akufo-Addo

- He stated that the NDC's fight agaianst corruption was recognised by all Ghanaian

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Former president John Dramani Mahama’s fight against corruption in Ghana is far better than what President Nana Akufo-Addo is currently doing, according to former Minister of Communications Dr. Edward Omane Boamah.

Speaking on Citi TV, Dr. Boamah opined that Ghana’s ratings on corruption in the has been poor.

He indicated that the Akufo-Addo government has performed poorly in addressing corruption when compared to the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) anti-graft fight in four years under Mahama.

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The former NDC appointee further stated that the NPP government gas failed in the fight against corruption

They [the NPP] also said they were going to eliminate corruption. The worst performance of President Mahama administration on the CP index is better than the best performance of Akufo-Addo. So when you talk about the elimination of corruption, especially in the procurement of goods and services etc, that one too they’ve not been able to achieve that,” he noted

Ghana scored 47 in 2015 and in 2016, came down to 43. In 2017, it recorded the worst performance with an average score of 40 out of 100 and rose marginally to 41 in 2018 and maintained that figure in 2019.

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To ensure Ghana improves on its performance, Government was advised to enforce sanctions against vote-buying, abuse of incumbency and threats to voters to ensure this year’s [2020] election is held in a free and fair environment.

The report also asked the Electoral Commission to also enforce sections 13 and 14 of the Political Parties Act, 2000 (Act 574) which deals with declaration of assets and expenditure by political parties.

ATTENTION: Read the best news on Ghana #1 news app. Install our latest app for Android and read the best news about Ghana earlier reported that the police are investigating the cause of the near-fatal accident involving the Minority Chief Whip of Parliament, Muntaka Mubarak and his deputy, Ahmed Ibrahim on Saturday, February 15, 2020.

The two minority MPs were involved in an accident at Kubease near Konongo on the Kumasi-Accra road.

The parliamentarians were traveling to Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region for a funeral when the accident occurred.

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