President John Dramani Mahama has warned that government would punish all Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of public institutions who have flouted the dictates of the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP).
Addressing the second high level conference on National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP) on the theme: "NACAP: Ghana United Against Corruption, " Mahama revealed that Chief Executives and Heads of Public Sector institutions have all been directed to submit quarterly reports on the implementation of NACAP to the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MONICOM) at CHRAJ, and send copies to the Office of the President - a directive which most of them have flouted.
NACAP seeks to mobilise national efforts to ensure the effective control of corruption. It does not aim at blaming any particular sector for corruption in Ghana. It constitutes the benchmark to assess the performance of stakeholders, especially government, in the fight against corruption.