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Anti-graft crusaders in Ghana have stepped up efforts in the fight against corruption by launching social media platforms to empower citizens to report and document acts of corruption in state institutions.

The have also launched an advocacy and legal advice centre with toll free to facilitate victims and witnesses of corruption to quickly report their experiences in state agencies.

The Ghana Integrity Initiative – local chapter of Transparency International, SEND-Ghana and Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, which form the consortium, encouraged citizens to visit the "I paid a bribe" website to report all demands for and payment of bribes.

Read more: Ghana: Anti-corruption clampdown campaign intensifies

PARTICIPANTS at an anti-corruption forum in Accra yesterday advocated more resource allocation to anti-corruption agencies to enable them to deal effectively with corrupt related issues.

According to them, the perception of high corruption in the country and among some public officials was worrying and the earlier something was done to address the situation, the better it would be for the country.

They contended that though a number of agencies seemed to be doing more to address the situation, much was not heard of prosecution to serve as deterrent to others.

Read more: Resource anti-corruption bodies

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