President Mahama has confidently stated in an interview with the BBC at the just ended Anti-Corruption Summit in London that he has never accepted a bribe.
“Any human being would have encountered corruption in one way or the other. What you need to do is to put yourself in a position to (resist it)...I haven’t taken a bribe.” Mahama insisted.
While in London, President Mahama will meet with his Co-Chair of the UN Eminent Persons Group on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and host an ‘Accounting to the People’ Forum for Ghanaians living in the UK on Friday.
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The first ever global anti-corruption summit in London saw an unusual collection of governments from the developed and developing countries which emphasized what the host British prime minister had to say that corruption was a bane the world needed to get rid of.