British High Commissioner for Ghana, Harriet Thompson, who doubles as the non-resident ambassador to Benin and non-resident High Commissioner to Togo, has expressed her concerns about the effects of corruption on the progress of Ghana.
She addressed the media during the commemoration of the 75th birthday of His Royal Majesty, King Charles III with a climate sustainability-themed party on Wednesday night since his ascension to the throne earlier in May.
During her address at her residence, Ms. Thompson conveyed her belief that Ghana could significantly improve as a nation if all accrued resources were judiciously and effectively employed.
She spoke to MyJoyOnline, with the basis of her assertion hinging on observation and most likely prior experiences. “Corruption is one of the things holding Ghana back. It’s not only a problem in Ghana, but also a problem in many other countries,” she said.
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