The Auditor General has called for a total decentralization of the governance structure of the country if Ghana is to win the fight against corruption.
Speaking at this year’s Jurist Confab of the Faculty of Law at the University of Cape Coast, the Auditor General bemoaned how the Public sector is too centralized impeding the fight against corruption.
Daniel Domelovo is calling for a change in the current structure to enable the citizenry at the grassroots track the progress of work on government projects and blow the whistle when there are acts of corruption.
“The public service is too centralized and does not help in the fight against corruption. To talk about a meaningful physical decentralization, it must be geographical.