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I can’t stop corruption God couldn’t but will make it costly- SP Nominee

I wasn't involved in Agyapa Deal, I'll be independent- Kissi Agyebeng

I can’t stop corruption God couldn’t but will make it costly- SP Nominee

Special Prosecutor Nominee Kissi Agyabeng says he will institute aperiodic systemic review of public sector agencies including  Ministries, Department and Agencies under Office of the Special Prosecutor to fight and minimise corruption.

Let's criminalise unreasonably unexplained wealth- SP Nominee

According to Lawyer Agyebeng, the said systemic reviews known as “Pressure for progress”, will be instituted under his regime as Special Prosecutor to conduct ratings of public servants to publish Corruption index.

Taking his turn at the Vetting Committee of Parliament on Thursday 22 July 2021 in Accra, the University of Ghana School of Law Criminal Law Lecturer Kissi Agyebeng said “I’m going to institute what I called “Pressure for Progress” to systemically review and rate Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDAs ) to determine the integrity of public and government agencies”.

“Why can’t we come up with our own corruption index to assess public servants”, he said.

Lawyer Kissi Agyebeng noted that ” I’m not naive to say that I’m coming to stop corruption. I can’t stop corruption but will make it costly. Even God couldn’t stop corruption.

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can't stop corruption God couldn't but will make it costly- Special Prosecutor Nominee

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