Ghana’s 61 years on, the fight against corruption is gradually being tackled and it looks very interesting giving hope to the hopeless.
Following a report made by Anas Aremeyaw Anas during a 20 minutes interview aired on Aljazeera, Anas revealed he intends to collaborate with Martin Amidu, the special prosecutor in the yearn to fight corruption in Ghana.
This seems to be a positive plan if it is implemented because corruption is gradually increasing and has increased the rate of poverty among the ordinary Ghanaian.
Anas referred comments of the Special Prosecutor during his vetting when he mentioned he intends to collaborate with him in his quest to fight corruption.
“We have sat down to look at ‘their books and differences ‘, Anas Said.
Evaluating the views of some concerned Ghanaian citizens on this issue, they are assured of the social canker being gradually eliminated or curbed if such moves are made by the government.
The Special Prosecutor is however applauded for engaging Anas in finding out the corrupt people and practices in the country since Anas is known for exposing acts of corruption to the public and it is mostly of high public interest.
However, as the saying goes, it is easier said than done not disputing the fact that everything begins with commitment and ends well with consistency.
This collaboration by Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu if implemented will be a great help in our quest to end this social canker and make Ghana a better place to live and transact business.