Ghana’s president-elect Nana Akufo Addo has reiterated that his government is not a money making avenue for any of the officials he will appoint.
He, therefore, called on potential government appointees who have the dream of making money through corrupt means in his government to either change their minds or count themselves out.
“I have said it and I will repeat it again those who are coming into this administration thinking that it is an avenue for making money are going to be disappointed.”
“They better go to the private sector that is where people make money, not in government.”
Nana Addo was speaking to members of the private sector at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
Many Ghanaians have often accused government appointees of making money through corrupt means when they are in power.
But Nana Addo has indicated that a government led by him will not allow people enrich themselves while the masses suffer.