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Corruption, influence peddling by FA Officials affecting quality of coaching in Ghana – Coach Inkoom

Head Coach of National Women’s League side Sea Lions Ladies FC, Maapa Inkoom has opined that favouritism, cronyism, and interference from top officials is affecting the work of coaches. Speaking exclusively to Nhyiraba Kwabena Asirifi on Rainbow Sports on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM, he said one major challenge coaches face especially at the national level […]

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Less than 2 million Ghanaians pay tax – GACC

About 1.5 million out of the six million eligible Ghanaian taxpayers pay tax, allotting Ghana one of the lowest tax to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio in Africa. Ghana, therefore, has a lot to do to meet the Sub-Saharan average target of 17 per cent which is above the nation’s 13 per cent mark as […]

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Make judicious use of corruption reporting platforms – GII

The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), local chapter of Transparency International, has encouraged Ghanaians to take advantage of the available corruption reporting platforms to report corruption incidents. The GII said as part of efforts to make corruption reporting easier, many platforms such as the Advocacy and legal Advocacy Centre (ALAC), IPAIDABRIBE, and Eye on Corruption had […]

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Agyapa deal: We’ve had very little pay from prosecutions in corruption fight – H.K Prempeh

Executive Director of the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) Ghana says it’s about time the country explores other anti-corruption procedures as investments in prosecutions and prosecutorial bodies have not really paid off. Professor Henry Kwasi Prempeh said Ghana’s over dependence on prosecutorial processes as a means of fighting corruption have not been satisfactory and thus […]

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Corrupt practices and elections

Elections constitute one of the key pillars of a vibrant democracy, where leaders assume power following transparent, free, fair and competitive polls. Regrettably, these processes are plagued by irregularities and corruption, resulting in armed conflicts in many African countries. Usually, citizens’ rights to participate in the electoral process are corruptly influenced, limiting their free choice […]