NCCE is calling on Ghanaians to eschew acts of corruption. This is because corruption is impacting negatively on Ghana’s economy and it is about time we frowned upon the canker.
The Keta Municipal Director of NCCE, Godwin Agbenyo made the call during an ARAP outreach in Keta in the Volta region.
Interacting with fisher folks in the Volta Region, Mr. Agbenyo stressed that fighting corruption is a shared responsibility and called on them to be each other’s keeper and expose fishermen who engage in unapproved and illegal means of fishing. He said using explosives and other dangerous chemicals destroy the environment and water bodies.