Accra, Feb. 11, GNA – Good Governance Advocacy Group Ghana (GGAGG), a non-governmental organization, has appealed to President John Dramani Mahama to keep an eagle eye on the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).
A statement signed by Nana Kusi-Poku, Communications Director, GGAGG, and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Wednesday said, even though GGAGG had seen some good and commendable efforts by the president in fighting corruption, they believe the most effective way to attain an improved Ghana is by administering taxes and imports duties.
The group urged the president to continue pursuing the better Ghana agenda by intensifying his pursuit to reducing, if not eradicating corruption.
The GGAGG expressed its readiness to assist the president in his efforts to strengthen institutions, curb corruption and raise the standards of good governance in Ghana. GNA EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE
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