The Ghana police service and the Office of the President have been perceived as the most corrupt institutions in the country. This is according to the latest afro barometer survey conducted by the Centre for Democratic Development (CCD-GHANA).
The report released today found that 65% scored by the police placed it at the top of the chain while the Presidency followed in second with 55%.
Members of Parliament, Judges and magistrates, tax collectors, and officials of the electoral commission followed in that order with NGOs ranked the least corrupt.
National Investigator of the Afro Barometer Ghana, Mavis Zupork Dome, has been speaking to a correspondent, Eric Mawuena Egbeta about the report.