Ghana has scored 41 out of possible clean score of 100 in the 2019 Corruption Perception Index, ranking 80 out of 180 countries in the World.
The ratings, an assessment by Transparency International, focuses on political integrity and highlights the relationship between money, politics and corruption. Ghana’s score of 41, a below average mark, is neither and improvement nor fall from the 2018 CPI.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Integrity Initiative, local chapter of Transparency International wants government to enforce sanctions against vote buying, abuse of incumbency and threats to voters in order to ensure the 2020 elections are held in a fair and transparent environment.
Here is a statement issued by the GII on the 2019 CPI