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Code of ethics for Ministers and Political Appointees in Ghana

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Flagstaff HouseSince Joy FM broke a story about the President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama having received a gift of a car from a Burkinabe contractor who has been awarded a couple government contracts including building a wall around the Ghana Embassy in Ouagadougou and some roads in Ghana, there have been questions about conflict of interest.

Not long ago, President John Mahama launched a code of ethics for ministers and political appointees in Ghana.

The code states clearly what a minister of state can and cannot do, as well as what is permissible for a political appointee.

Download the 40-page document here.

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