With less than twenty days to the 2020 general elections, the issue of corruption is becoming the topic of the day as scandals are dropping day in and out. Corruption was one of the reasons John Mahama lost the previous elections.
Appointees of the previous government were smeared with corruption allegations and this affected the fortunes of the then government. Much have not been done to uncover the rot and bring perpetuators to book as only a few persons are facing court cases and in jail for corruption related activities.
However, it seems Ghanaians only exchanged parties as day in and day out, scandals are dropping against those at the helm of affairs. Corruption cases that has happened under this government have not received any special attention by corruption fighters.
From galamsey fraud, PPA boss contracts for sale, missing excavators and tricycles, galamsey fraud, Australia visa racketeering scandal, NYA street lights scandal and the recent Agyapa Royalties deal.
Joy News is set to drop another scandal this evening but much is not yet known of who the persons involved are.
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