Teachers and lecturers in private schools in Ghana have been identified as the highest recipients of bribes in Ghana, amongst worker other private workers.
This is based on a report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
According to the report, teachers and lecturers in the private sector scored 9.6% in the bribery analysis by the UNODC.
The next on the list were doctors, nurses and midwives in private hospitals, who were pegged at 7.6%.
Security guards in the private sector followed next with a bribery rating of 7.3%; while employees from insurance companies followed in 4th place with 4.1
In 5th place was other business employees who were rated at 3.7%; with bank employees at the base of the ratings with 3.6%.
In the public sector, the Ghana Police Services was ranked first amongst ten other top recipients of bribe.
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