Palmer-Buckle urges Ghanaians to step-up fight against corruption
- 8 August 2018

Reverend Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle, the Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Cape Coast, has urged Ghanaians to step-up the fight against corruption.He said Ghanaians were incurably religious or God-fearing and that the country could boast of more than 90 per cent believ...
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Religious leaders have the mandate to stop corruption – Danish Ambassador
- 8 August 2018

Danish Ambassador to Ghana, Her Excellency Tove Degnbol, has asserted that religious leaders in the country have the power to ensure that the public abstain from indulging in corrupt practices.Tove Degnbol explained that Pastors, Imams, Traditionalists are very much respected by...
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GII, Others dialogue Ghana's progress since 2016 UK Anti-Corruption Summit
- 19 July 2018

The Registrar General's Department is appealing to government to reverse its decision on the 13 percent cap placed on the use of the Department's Internally Generated Funds (IGF).Formerly, the Registrar General's Department was allowed to use 20 percent of its IGF but that has be...
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Change of Contact Numbers
- 28 June 2018

Please be informed that the following are the new contact numbers for GII Management: 1. Mrs. Linda Ofori-Kwafo - 05016959482. Mrs. Mary Addah - 05016959493. Mr. Benedict Doh - 05016959504. Mr. Micheal Boadi - 0501695951 NB: The Tigo will be retired by 31/07/2018...
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Participants call on MPs to pass a credible RTI bill
- 28 June 2018

Bunso (E/R), June 27, GNA - Over 200 participants who took part in a district sensitization workshop on the Right to Information Bill (RTI) have called on Parliament to expedite action and pass a credible law, which will benefit the ordinary citizens of the country.In a petition...
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The Hypocrisy Behind State Institutions Mandated to Fighting Corruption
- 3 April 2018

How many investigative journalists do we have in Ghana? How many of them are bold enough to show their faces to prove their real identity? Even Africa's most decorated investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas does not do that.This is because of the high risk involved in this...
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