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Is Corruption Ghana's Major Problem?
27-02-2018 | 03-04-2018
Votes: 1335

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Yaw Asiedu | 3/2/2018 10:41:44 AM

Corruption is not a problem in Ghana but the people who are managing our institutions are the problem

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Risarp | 3/2/2018 6:36:17 PM

Yes, it is!!

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Armah most | 3/3/2018 11:10:04 PM

Oh Ghana,when is nations will stop corruption n move forward

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Kobe Central | 3/4/2018 5:17:50 AM

It is all about GREEDINESS. Everyone want to be rich at all cost even if it will cause the death of a person he/she does not care. After all is it not the same citizens who are voted to become leaders? Parenting and our School Curriculum are the only things that can change Ghana.

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Concern Citizen | 3/4/2018 5:11:22 PM

Corruption is not the only problem that prevents Ghana from developing, but tribalism, jealousy, enviness and ignorance.

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Augustine from bia | 3/5/2018 9:14:27 AM

Ghana is going 61 year but still no money

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Joseph | 3/6/2018 8:40:39 AM

I think our problem as a country is we don't fear God even some Pastors are a nuisance.

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Musa K. Bachar | 3/9/2018 6:12:58 PM

The majority of Ghanaians are corrupt. Everyone wants to make it by whatever means, including stealing, armed robry.

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Stephen Adigbo | 3/10/2018 8:35:35 PM

The problem retarding Ghana is in two fold: 1. Inability of Ghana to add value to what nature endows us with. 2There is s saying that if you you don't know how to run at least you must know how to hide. In our case, we can neither run nor hide. We are not able to manufactured anything yet our population keep on increasing; how can the equation balance? I therefore advocate for policy makers to come out with a policy that will address the rate of population growth.

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Stephen Adigbo | 3/10/2018 8:35:36 PM

The problem retarding Ghana is in two fold: 1. Inability of Ghana to add value to what nature endows us with. 2There is s saying that if you you don't know how to run at least you must know how to hide. In our case, we can neither run nor hide. We are not able to manufactured anything yet our population keep on increasing; how can the equation balance? I therefore advocate for policy makers to come out with a policy that will address the rate of population growth.

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