President of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has been told to publish his assets as part of efforts to help clamp down on the menace of corruption among government appointees.
The president is documented to have declared his assets upon the assumption of office but the coalition of civil society groups insists that publishing his for all Ghanaians to see what he owns will be in the best interest of the country.
Speaking during a courtesy call paid the president by the coalition, head of the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD), Professor Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi posits that such a move by the president will force his appointees to also follow suit.
The call on the president follow various arguments over whether or not corruption in the country can be best tackled through such an act as others also believe that publicly declaring assets could expose the president.
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