The Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has recognized that the nation has done very little to combat corruption over the years.
This menace, he claims, is eroding the country’s foundation.
The Vice President, speaking at the Trinity Theological Seminary’s 76th Graduation ceremony, called on country leaders to demonstrate to the citizens what they have done to combat corruption.
“We have called it different names over the years kalabule, kululu, ways, and means, even recently I have heard galamsey.
“It is one of the things that every political party and politician talk about or has talked about over the years but it is one of the things that as a nation, we have done very little about over the years,” he said.