Over 85.9 percent of respondents rated the DVLA as the most corrupt institution
A survey report by the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) has named the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) at Kumasi in the Ashanti region and the Passport Office as the most corrupt institutions in the country.
Over 85.9 percent of respondents rated the DVLA as the most corrupt institution.
The survey, which was to assess citizen’s understanding of corruption, their perceptions and actual experiences of corruption, show that Ghanaians still perceive the DVLA, passport office as being corrupt.
It however, revealed that Ghanaians do not regard the payment of what is commonly called facilitation fee as a form of corruption.
The survey was conducted between April and May 2016.
The private sector, public officials and the political parties were also perceived to be corrupt.