Gov’t Performance Tracker failed to track performance on corruption – Joyce Bawah

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Former President John Dramani Mahama’s special assistant Joyce Bawah Mogtari has criticized the Akufo-Addo-led government’s recently introduced Performance Tracker, calling it a misallocation of resources.

Mogtari berated the tracker for being opaque about the government’s purportedly lavish spending in a post on X, calling it an inefficient use of limited public funds.

In addition, Mogtari drew attention to the issue of nepotism in government contracts, claiming that 80% of projects and contracts are single-sourced and posing concerns about favoritism in the selection of firms and persons for contracts.

Mogtari expressed dissatisfaction with the tracker’s emphasis and emphasized that Ghanaians were expecting disclosures of government performance, especially with regard to combating corrupt practices and dubious contracts.

Read the full post on X below:

To my utter surprise and disappointment, the misleading GoG Performance Tracker, failed to track the performance of Akufo Addo/Bawumia’s performance on corruption. What a waste of precious resources! Tell us how you and your boys and girls have perfected the art of corruption.

We are told that 80% of government projects and contracts are single-sourced, and individuals and companies are handpicked by this nepotistic government and awarded juicy contracts.

That is what this NPP government should be tracking down and paying back to the now miserably empty public purse. #Together4Change2024 #Mahama24hourEconomy #LetsBuildGhanaTogether


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