We cannot fight corruption individually and in a quiet manner – Domelevo
Former Auditor-General, Daniel Yao Domelevo has revealed that corruption cannot be dealt individually or fought quietly because if care is not taking it can finish us within a minute.
Domelevo speaking at his thanksgiving service at the Christ the King Catholic Church he made this statement.
“If you fight corruption alone, you won’t last. Corruption is one dangerous enemy you can’t fight alone, and you can’t fight quietly. If you fight corruption quietly, you will be finished in a minute.”
He then showed his appreciation to the Civil Society Organizations focused on fighting corruption in Ghana. Indicating that their support really helped him when he was in Office.
“I must say thank you to the anti-corruption CSOs or institutions fighting corruption [in Ghana]. I am very grateful. They [CSOs] have been with me together with the press. To the press, I am very grateful to you. You have been a big support to me in all that has happened over the years.”