Corruption has almost become political sacrilege for almost all incumbent governments since the inception of constitutional rule in 1992.
The Auditor General should ensure that records on the auditing process are kept properly by instituting practical measures and enforcing compliance.
The ADISS Footprints
Strengthening the role of citizens in the fight against corruption has become essential in championing anti-corruption.
Ghana has witnessed some dramatic moments in the fight against corruption, especially where media exposure is concerned.
GOVERNMENT'S ANTI-CORRUPTION MEASURES IN SONA NOT FAR REACHING
GII CALLS ON POLITICAL PARTIES: LET MANIFESTOS DEMOSTRATE COMMITMENT TO FIGHT CORRUPTION
EXERCISING EXECUTIVE POWER OR A CASE OF ABUSE OF INCUMBENCY
GII on TAX Justice in Ghana - Transparency, Equity and Fairness
GII ORGANIZES COMMUNITY DIALOGUE AND CAPACITY TRAINING FOR SELECTED WOMEN GROUPS ON LAND LAWS AND POLICY
GII HOLDS ZONAL INCEPTION MEETINGS FOR THE ADISS PROJECT
GII KICK STARTS A NEW ANTI-CORRUPTION PROJECT ADISS
GII publishes the "Show Me The Money" report...
GII moves into Climate change with REDD+ IN
Ghana’s natural resources must benefit Ghanaians
CONGRATULATIONS TO HONOURABLE MARTIN ALAMISI B.K. AMIDU FOR HIS STATESMANSHIP
Towards peaceful elections in December
Ghana needs to fight against corruption
Freedom of Information Law: Long overdue but...
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