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3 In 10 Confident Nana Addo Will Fight Corruption

Research by Center for Democratic Development (CDD) has revealed Ghanaians have quite low confidence in the president, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, in his fight against corruption in the country.
“Only about three in 10 Ghanaians or fewer are optimistic about government’s ability to fight corruption (30%), and promote collaboration between the ruling and opposition parties (25%)”, a statement released by the CDD has said.
It added that the majority are not confident in the president’s ability to protect the country’s financial purse and curb corruption as well as deal with official impunity.
According to the post-election survey, while 57% have no confidence in government to expand the 1D1F initiative across the country, 61% aren’t confident government can expand the one million-dollar per constituency initiative.
However, majority of Ghanaians which constitute 52% believes the Akufo-Addo led-NPP government will consolidate the gains of the Free SHS programme.
It also revealed that 40% of Ghanaians expect politicians and public officials to be accountable for their actions, 24% expects the same to show integrity in their work be honest (24%), whereas 19% expect the same to be respectful and competent.
Read the full statement here:
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Source: Fuseini

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