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I won’t interfere with the work of anti-corruption institutions – Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has repeated his resolve to hold officials of the current administration who are involved in corrupt practices to account for their actions if he becomes president again.

He also said officials of his future administration who will be involved in corrupt practices would also be held liable.

The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) said this while speaking at the Volta Regional House of Chiefs on Wednesday, January 17.

“If we do not establish fairness in our system in fighting corruption, it will overwhelm this country, A lot of times, lip service is paid to it.

“The anti-corruption institutions are fettered and are not able to dispense their mandate independently and unhindered,” John Mahama said.

He added “We will hold people in this government who have misconducted themselves accountable, but same time as we hold them accountable, people who misconduct themselves in our administration will face the full rigours of the law, the anti-corruption institutions will come after them, and I am not going to interfere in the work of these institutions if they are investigating you.”

Source: 3news


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