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The Centre for Public Interest Law (CEPIL), has urged the government to carry out fundamental reforms in the country’s anti-corruption agencies to effectively fight pervasive corruption in public and private offices.

The Centre referred to direct political influence by the Executive, poor funding, lack of power to prosecute cases and deficits in roles of the three arms of government as factors severely undermining the anti-graft bodies’ ability to deliver on their mandate.

Mr Augustine Niber, Executive Director of CEPIL told journalists at a news briefing that Ghana has passed copious laws designed to combat corruption and economic crimes while state institutions and agencies have also been established to implement and enforce the laws.

Read more: Government should reform anti-corruption agencies-CEPIL

The Centre for Public Interest Law (CEPIL) has warned that the fight against widespread corruption would remain a mirage if efforts are not made to establish an independent prosecution mechanism to combat the canker.
Read more: Corruption Clampdown Requires Independent Prosecution Mechanism - CEPIL

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