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Ghanaian Times ghanaiantimes.com.gh 25 Nov, 2021 10:45 am

Publicise sanctions against corrupt officials

Publicise sanctions against corrupt officials

He said educational reforms should include highlighting of corrupt practices and its attendant consequences for young people to be abreast of the negative impact of the canker on nation-building.Today, 30 per cent of the drugs we buy are fake and that will kill us if we don’t put systems in place to deal with corrupt practices,” he stated.Mr Godfred Bokpin (right) speaking at the programme Photo Victor A.The panellists include Mary Awelana Addah, Programmes Manager of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Professor Godfred Bokpin, an Economist and Dean of Students at the University of Ghana, President of Ghana Institute of Procurement and Supply, Collins Agyeman Sarpong and Kofi Bentil, Vice President of Imani Ghana.

Buxton Panellists at a forum on corruption have argued that the practice where punishment on corrupt officials is not made public is hampering the fight against the canker.They have, therefore, called for a reviewed approach to focus on publicising sanctions against corrupt public officials in fighting corruption.

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