62% of Ghanaians insist Akufo-Addo can’t battle corruption- CDD report
Overwhelming 62% of Ghanaians has no confidence that President Akufo-Addo is capable of fighting corruption according to views expressed by respondents in a survey by CDD-Ghana.
Latest report by CDD-Ghana shows that whereas Ghanaians are divided over Akufo-Addo government’s capacity to uphold rule of law, 62% of them doubts the presidents capacity to safeguard the country’s monetary assets and fight against corruption in four years.
This is as per a post-political race overview report of the Center for Democratic Development-Ghana (CDD-Ghana).
The hearts of the report demonstrated that 62% of Ghanaians said Akufo Addo can’t corruption and indiscipline by persons on the corridors of power.
53% are additionally not certain that the public authority can secure the country’s monetary assets by assuming the responsibility of ensuring accountability in public administration.
Be that as it may, in spite of the fact that Ghanaians are suspicious of the president’s obligation to stamp his authority on corruption fight, there is blended put stock in the public authority’s capacity to satisfy a portion of the 2020 promises codified in the New Patriotic Party’s manifesto.
The latest damming verdict and views by Ghanaians on Akufo Addo’s poor showing in the fight against corruption comes at the time both the NPP and NDC are at each other’s throats over abysmal performance in anti-corruption.
Below are the findings:
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