The Judicial Service of Ghana and the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) have assured Ghanaians of their commitment to dealing with corruption and corruption-related activities in all forms across the country.
In a joint statement issued on Wednesday, December 27, the Judicial Service and the OSP said they promised to go “through collaborative enforcement of the law and continuous engagement while upholding the rule of law and the provision of fair hearing to all stakeholders in the criminal justice system.”
According to them, corruption and corruption-related activities pose a serious threat to the country’s development and democracy and there is a need to fight it.
It was the view of the two institutions that they have a role to play in ensuring that corruption and corruption-related activities are addressed.
Read the full statement below