Transparency, accountability and law enforcement go hand in hand – US Ambassador tells Dame

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The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Virginia E. Palmer has said transparency, accountability and law enforcement go hand in hand.

She indicated that the U.S. and Ghana are working together to fight corruption and ensure democracy delivers.

She said this when she recently met the Minister of Justice and Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame to discuss how the two countries can work together to ensure justice for all.

In a tweet, the Embassy said “Transparency, accountability, and law enforcement go hand in hand. The U.S. and Ghana are working together to fight corruption and ensure democracy delivers. Ambassador Palmer recently met @AttorneyGhana to discuss how we can work together to ensure justice for all”

The Embassy earlier said also that that transparency in Ghana’s judicial system is critical for the country’s long-term stability.

To that end, it said said in a tweet that The U.S. government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) supports public agencies and civil society to roll out initiatives which strengthen accountability in the judiciary.

“Transparency in #Ghana’s judicial system is critical for the country’s long-term stability and economic growth. The U.S. gov’t through @USAID supports public agencies and civil society to roll out initiatives which strengthen #accountability in the judiciary #USinGhana,” the Embassy tweeted.

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana

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