Video: Revealing the Multiple Deception of the Ghanaian Government on the RTI Bill

The Right to Information (RTI) Bill was first laid before the Ghanaian Parliament on February 5, 2010 and has since fallen victim to foot-dragging by the political establishment in Ghana. Successive governments have paid lip service to the bill making concerned citizens doubt government’s commitment to promoting transparency and fighting corruption in the country.

The current government since assuming power on January 7, 2017, has also made series of promises with definite timelines, all of which have gone unfulfilled. In this video, the Media Foundation for West Africa recounts some of the various promises made by the leaders of the country, including the Vice President and the President himself.


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