Ghana: Greed, low salaries driving corruption – IEA report
03 Aug 2016

An Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) survey on the root causes of corruption in Ghana has revealed that the high clamor for quick riches, greed and selfishness as well as low salaries, are among the top three root causes of corruption in Ghana.

According to the survey, majority of Ghanaians are compelled to pay bribes either to avoid official payments, or to be treated fairly, or as an obligatory payment to supervisors.

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