Basic School pupils across the country have called on faith-based organisations to ensure that Politicians and all Public Officials swear an oath of integrity before or during their tenure in office, as a sign of commitment towards the fight against corruption. Pupils urged Public Officials to swear oath of integrity to reduce corruption
Consequently, the “Faith in Ghana Alliance”, a grouping of religious organisations are asking politicians and public office holders to commit themselves to swearing the oath of integrity.
At a media briefing in Accra, the Coordinator of the “Faith in Ghana Alliance’, Zan Akologo said the move will ensure that religious leaders hold political figures accountable to an honest life in Public Service.
Pupils urged Public Officials to swear oath of integrity to reduce corruption