Mahama’s advisor on corruption, Daniel Batidam has died

Former government advisor on corruption and one time Executive Director of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), Daniel Batidam has died.

According to a family source, the anti-corruption campaigner died on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, at Mampong in the Eastern Region.

The former advisor under the John Mahama administration was said to have been battling cancer and was receiving treatment at a health facility in Mampong.

Mr Batidam also served as representative for Ghana on the AU Advisory Board on Corruption. He resigned from that position citing deep-seated corruption, lack of accountability among others at the secretariat at the AU Commission.

The family is expected to make formal announcement about his death soon.

Source: 3news.com | Ghana

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