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Ghana’s anti-graft body, Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), warned that the country “loses close to US$3 billion to corruption annually” Tiny Ghana is according to Transparency International (TI) Corruption Index among the least corrupt countries of the continent. A recent corruption scandal serves as an example for acts that leave “citizens in poverty, joblessness, in their broken homes and with shattered dreams,” says the National House of Chiefs. The scandal erupted when the Government decided to hand over the country’s power supply system to independent foreign power producers. This meant that Ghana’s Government is paying more than US$500 million every year for unused electric power. The installed capacity, according to the Energy Commission of Ghana, is 5,083MW, “almost double the peak demand of 2,700MW”

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