Publish declared assets of Ghanaian officials – GII
- 29 June 2015

The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is spearheading a campaign for the law to make it mandatory for all declared assets of public officials to be verified and published to enhance transparency.“The sad development which renders this law needless in its present state is that th...
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NADMO boss Kofi Portuphy resigns
- 13 May 2015

The National Coordinator of the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), Mr Kofi Portuphy, has resigned, according to information available to groups including the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) had called for the removal of Portuphy from of...
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Ghana Integrity calls for new transition boss
- 5 June 2015

The Ghana Integrity Initiative, GII, has called on President John Mahama to immediately appoint a new Administrator General in replacement of the late Mr. Joseph Donkor Issachar, who passed away on 27th September, 2014. In a statement issued on June 3, 2015 and signed by Vitus Az...
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Ghana need more action on Open Governance Partnership (OGP) commitments
- 2 June 2015

Mr Linus Azato Atarah, a Project Coordinator at the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), has said more work is still needed for the country to attain its Open Governance Project (OGP) commitments.He said the OGP seeks to empower people to use their right to information, participatio...
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GII goes on Christmas Break
- 21 December 2017

SEASONS GREETING TO YOU.This is to inform you that Ghana Integrity Initiative will be on break for Christmas holidays from December 21, 2017 and resume on January 9, 2018.The membership and management of GII wish to use this opportunity to thank you for your support, loyalty a...
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Who are the 300 corrupt persons standing trial? – GII queries

The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) has downplayed government’s claim of prosecuting over 300 people for various corrupt acts. The Executive Director, Vitus Azeem, told Citi News, it is not enough for the President to just announce the number of persons who are being prosecute...
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