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How young educated Ghanaians view corruption
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Nigeria, Aug. 14 -- A corruption scandal is in the news in Ghana again. Media reports suggest an elaborate scheme of cronyism in the procurement of private sector involvement in the country's energy industry. This is only the latest of many allegations of serious corruption in the country.
Annual reports by the Auditor General and disclosures from undercover investigations provide evidence of widespread corruption across Ghanaian society. The latest Afrobarometer survey also showed that 33% of the Ghanaians surveyed reported paying bribes to public officials. This is lower than the rates for Nigeria (44%) and Liberia (53%), but much higher than Senegal (15%).
And according to the country's Commission on Human Rights and Administrative J...
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