The Citizens' Movement against Corruption (CMaC) calls on Ghanaians to Action
Written by | 05 April 2015 | Published in blog

According to the Global Corruption Report 2013, 73% of Ghanaians strongly believe that ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption. On this year’s international anti-corruption day, the Citizens Movement Against Corruption calls YOU and all well-meaning friends of Ghana to action! Be a patriot and a nationalist and do the following: 

  • Believe that working together, Ghanaians can eliminate corruption to the barest minimum
  • Mobilize more Ghanaians to be anti-corruption activists
  • Report incidences of corruption promptly to the toll-free number:080010025
  • Stand by and speak up on behalf of any person suffering persecution for exposing corruption
  • Believe that your efforts are not too small to make a difference
  • Share new ideas on how to fight corruption.
  • Do not engage in any corrupt practices and
  • Do not allow other persons to corrupt them

Join the fight against corruption on Tuesday 9 th December 2014 – International Anti-corruption Day. Wear something red or orange and exactly at 12:00pm (mid-day) raise and wave your index finger as a sign of warning against corruption and corrupt persons, blow your car horn and put on your headlights to hoot against corruption/corrupt persons, bang your saucepans to drive corruption away and change your display pictures and status on social media to "Fighting for a Ghana without Corruption!" God Bless our Homeland Ghana!

  • CMaC "Your Voice & Action Counts!" website:, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Tel: 0272-799371, 0541-251222
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