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Why some of Ghana's private media fight corruption: reasons, rules and resources

By Joseph Yaw Asomah, Assistant Professor, University of Manitoba
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Corruption involving the misuse of entrusted power to accomplish private ends can have devastating consequences for society. As the former United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-Moon said,

When public money is stolen for private gain, it means fewer resources to build schools, hospitals, roads and water treatment facilities…Corruption enables fake or substandard medicines to be dumped on the market, and hazardous waste to…

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