Peace Council member, Rev. Nii Amoo Darko has criticized government’s efforts at fighting corruption.
Speaking to Nuong Faalong on TV3’s Hot Issues, Saturday, in response to fighting corruption, he said:
‘’If we are doing enough to stop it, it would have stopped, we need to set an example…’’
Rev. Amoo Darko was of the opinion the country was not tackling corruption as it should.
He bemoaned the lack of political will in the fight against corruption.
He argued that corruption had eaten into the Ghanaian system like a cancer and needs to be weeded out irrespective of one’s political bias.
He cited the inactivity of the special prosecutor’s office as an example to show the nation’s clear reluctance to fight corruption.
‘’If for example, everything had been given to him, he has been resourced with the personalities he needs, resourced with money he needs and people were being prosecuted… if people are dealt with without recourse to party colours, I am telling you that these things will stop.”
Source: 3news.com | Ghana