The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kufour Foundation, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah has recently taken it upon himself to send another bold message to the incumbent President, Akufo Addo over the rise in corruption activities in the country.
Speaking in a recent interview on JoyNews, the renowned Ghanaian Professor, Baffour Agyemang Duah revealed that, even though corruption can not be totally exempted from the lives of Ghanaians especially politicians, the Akufo Addo government must put all hands on deck in other to fight corrupt officials who keep causing more harm than good to the country’ s constitution, laws, and rules in the country irrespective of their position in the country.
In addition to this, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah also urged the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo to punish corrupt government officials in the country to serve as a deterrent to others. ” Corruption is from Adam. Corruption is everywhere, even in the states but ours is different and it is damaging the country.
The mechanism that we have created to check corruption, we are not serious about enforcing. For example, the declaration of assets, who has been serious with that, the law itself is even nebulous; that law itself is ineffective. I don’ t know who wrote the constitution and what they had in mind or were they pretending they can check corruption by simply saying ‘ declare your assets and go away.
It did not make sense and that is one of the things we need to change if we are to reform the constitution” , the Chief Executive officer (CEO) of Kufour Foundation, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah emphatically stated.
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