President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Wednesday emphasized his obligation to the debasement battle, saying it is the need of his administration to guarantee that the nation is freed of the bad habit.
In a gathering with the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition at the Jubilee House, Accra, he said his organization’s battle on defilement had not disappeared and that he stayed resolute in seeking after that course to meet the developing expectations and yearnings of Ghanaians for financial change.
The President said his administration had put more assets in the state’s anti-corruption offices than some other organization in the nation’s set of experiences and would guarantee that those ventures didn’t fail miserably.
He said it involved record that his organization, since 2017, had expanded asset allotments against debasement establishments like Parliament, the Judiciary, Police, EOCO, and CHRAJ, among others.
“It is unfortunate that the perception is that the commitment of government is waning especially when two or three facts are taken into account.”
“I don’t think that any government has mobilized resources to give the opportunity for anti-corruption agencies of the state to function as efficiently as this government has done. It is a matter of record,” he said.
President Akufo-Addo noticed that without such interests in enemy of join establishments, the vexed issue of battling debasement would have been to no end.
“If the institutions of the republic that are meant to take the struggle are not capable to do so, all talk about fighting corruption remain meaningless,” he held, adding that the yearly expansions in the budgetary designations for the counter debasement establishments were a reasonable showing of the responsibility of the public authority to battle debasement.
The President was troubled about the politicization of supposed corruption-related issues yet said he would keep on paying regard to the anxieties and ideas on the make a difference to fortify the battle against the blister.
The Chairman of the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, Nana Osei Bonsu, who talked in the interest of the alliance, was stressed over the scourge of debasement on Ghana’s funds and encouraged the public authority to increase the energy on the battle on wrongdoing.
He encouraged the public authority to expediently delegate a long-lasting Auditor General to support the battle against the hazard, to which the President answered that the interaction with that impact was as of now progressing and would be closed soon.