Vice president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has said the office of the Special Prosecutor will start prosecuting corrupt officials very soon.
He made this comments while addressing thousands of Ahmadi Muslims at the 88th Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at Pomadze, near Winneba on Saturday where he outlined to the Ahmadiyya Community government’s work so far in the fight against corruption.
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”All the things we are doing are going to bear fruits. The Right to Information (RTI) will start working this year, the Special Prosecutor will be felt soon , we have done things that we have been trying to do in this country since independence and we have not been able to do, but we have begun the process but so whiles we have not completed, you know that if we stay the course and put in place the system, we will deal with it”, he stated.
He urged all to help government fight this canker.
“The fight against corruption is an ongoing activity that all of us must be involved in”, he said.
Dr Bawumia then asked Ghanaians to resist any form of conflict that will result into a national disaster because peace is paramount to the development of the country hence the need for all to help promote peace and unity in our various communities and homes.