An anti corruption campaigner, Mr Edem Senanu, speaking on Kessben Tv's Maakye morning show has made a claim that the power to help fight Corruption holds the media and general public. According to him we rather embrace corruption instead of fighting if all we do is talk about it for only few days and later ignore
He added that we all know where the corruption is happening. He explained that it happens in the ministries who are under minister and these ministers are also under Chief Minister. Therefore he recommended that the government sets target for the ministers so that it will be used as a yardstick to check the ministries
Mr Edem also urged the media to talk about issues on corruption until the government takes action, because if we continue talking about it only for few days, the leaders will only take us for granted because they know even if they do something bad, its only a matter of time the media and people stops talking about it.
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