Member of Parliament for Tamale Central and Ranking Member, Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee of Parliament, Inusah Fuseini says the constant blame game by the President over corruption allegations particularly targeting the NDC amount to arrogance of power.
Speaking on GBC`s Current Affairs programme, “FOCUS”, Mr. Fuseini said Ghanaians expect leadership from the President in the fight-against corruption.
He added that the office of the Special Prosecutor has so far not performed to the expectation of Ghanaians.
A Member of the NPP Communication Team, David Ackah-Miesah said the President has demonstrated enough political will to fight corruption through the appointment of the Special Prosecutor.
He said it now behoves the Special Prosecutor to discharge his mandate.
A Research Analyst at the Center of Democratic Development, Gildfred Asiamah said adequate preparation was not done before the establishment of the Office of the Special Prosecutor.
He said the challenges of the office are enough evidence that things were not done well prior to its establishment.
The Acting Programmes Director at the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, Bright Sowu said citizens are not satisfied with the manner government is fighting corruption. He therefore called on government to do more.