Members of the Ghana Chapter of African Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption (APNAC) are at Aqua Safari, Ada for an orientation workshop on the network’s role in the fight against corruption.
The Chairman of APNAC – Ghana, Hon. Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah in his welcome address intimated that the workshop seeks to chart a new course to renew individual and collective efforts of its members towards confronting the worst enemy (corruption) in our development struggles.
Hon. Bedzrah pointed that the vision for creating prosperity and equal opportunity for all which are grounded on good governance, respect for democratic values and human rights, justice and the rule of law would remain unfulfilled dreams if corruption is left unconquered. He therefore urged his colleagues to take the fight against corruption serious and effectively play their roles in ensuring the menace is reduced to its lowest level.
Present at the workshop were Members of Parliament, the Auditor General, representatives from CHRAJ, Ghana Anti Corruption Coalition and EOCO, and the Executive Director of APNAC.
The program was sponsored by Star Ghana.