The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana CEO Network, Ernest Egyir, is entreating both the private and the public sectors to use technology to fight corruption.

According to him, such a move will help prevent loss of public funds and inefficiencies in the public and private sectors.

Speaking at the 6th Ghana CEO Summit, Mr. Egyir called for efficiency and quality of public services through the consolidation of digital innovation in Ghana to create better jobs and economic opportunities for businesses to operate.

“Resort to digitalisation in the operations of institutions; both private and public is one of the tested ways of eliminating corrupt practices and other activities that lead to loss of public funds. It is for this reason that the Ghana Digital Acceleration Project is a commendable step”.

“Both private and public is one of the tested ways of eliminating corruption practices and other activities that lead to loss of public funds, improve on the quality of public services to create employment”, he stated.

SourceJoy Business

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