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Ghana Police, Presidency top corruption perception – Afrobarometer survey

Police are believed to be the most corrupt people in Ghana, according to an Afrobarometer study undertaken by the Ghana Centre for...

Meet Afrobarometer’s Josephine Sanny: IPR discovery of the year

Afrobarometer Knowledge Translation Manager Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye Sanny was honored as Public Relations Discovery of the Year 2020 at the Institute of Public...

Gyimah-Boadi: Co-founder of Afrobarometer named one of “100 Most Influential Africans”

Afrobarometer co-founder and board chair E Gyimah-Boadi has been named one of New African’s “100 Most Influential Africans of 2021.” The...

Ghanaian women have less financial decision-making power – Afrobarometer survey

Ghanaian women are twice as likely as men to defer to their spouses in decisions about household finances, according to a recent...

85% of Ghanaians say judges are corrupt – Afrobarometer Survey

About 85% of Ghanaians believe that “some” judges and magistrates are corrupt, according to a latest Afrobarometer survey. In...

Afrobarometer? Dec. 7 elections matter to me more – Akufo-Addo

Ghanaian leader Nana Akufo-Addo has said he is more focused on the general elections than what survey results about his government are...

42% of Ghanaians won’t vote – Afrobarometer Survey

It has emerged that 4 out of 10 Ghanaian electorates, would not vote if presidential and parliamentary elections were to be held...

Level of corruption in Ghana high – Ghanaians say in Afrobarometer...

More than half of Ghanaians say the level of corruption in the country has increased and the government is doing a poor...

Afrobarometer on Economic performance good feedback for Gov’t – Pius Hadzide

The Deputy Minister of Information Pius Enam Hadzide has stated that the Afrobarometer on Citizens’ perceptions of the country’s economic conditions is...

42% of Ghanaians aware of December referendum – Afrobarometer study reveals

Ghana is scheduled to hold a referendum on December 17, 2019 on whether local government elections should be made partisan or otherwise, but more...