Ghana has been ranked 73rd out 180 countries in the 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released today by Transparency International (TI) with a score of 43 out of a total of 100.

This CPI score indicates that, Ghana failed to make progress in the fight against corruption in the year 2021 as the score of 43 is the same as the country’s 2020 score, Transparency International stated.

“Ghana’s current performance is still below 50 which is the expected average and thus leaves much to be desired,” it said.

Meanwhile in Sub-Saharan Africa, the country placed 9th with Senegal out of the 49 countries represented with a score of 43.

Tonight on PM Express, Aisha Ibrahim and her panel discuss Ghana’s commitment to fighting corruption.

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