Ghana Ranked Africa’s 5th Best Governed Country

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The 2023 World Economics Governance Index report has acknowledged Ghana as one of the top ten best-governed countries in Africa, securing the fifth position, trailing behind Mauritius, Namibia, South Africa, and Botswana.

Ghana has outperformed countries such as Senegal, Malawi, Lesotho, Burkina Faso, Togo, and Nigeria.

Celebrating over three decades of democracy under the fourth republic, Ghana is frequently acclaimed as a prominent example of democracy in the Sub-Saharan region.

Despite facing numerous challenges in recent years that have impacted its global ratings, the World Economics Governance Index highlights a notable enhancement in the country’s governance.

The report’s grading system was based on several indices, including Rule of Law, Press Freedom, Political Rights, and Corruption, positioning Ghana as the best-governed country in West Africa.

The report emphasises the need for significant improvements in the administration of the rule of law, a more effective strategy to combat corruption, which has tarnished every successive government, and most importantly, the necessity for Journalists and Media Practitioners to be given a safe working environment free from fear or intimidation.

Source: Citi news


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