General News of Fri, 10 Feb 201728
Ghanaians will vote out governments that 'pretend' to be fighting corruption - Batidam
A Former Presidential Advisor to John Dramani Mahama on Corruption says many Ghanaians felt the erstwhile Mahama administration did little in fighting corruption.
Mr. Daniel Batidam added that no government can take the people for granted in the dealing with graft, judging from the outcome of the last elections.
He also rebuffed criticisms that he did not do enough as Presidential Advisor on corruption to President Mahama, insisting that advising a government on graft cannot be equated to that government’s commitment to fighting corruption.