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9 out of every 10 Ghanaian is a thief because of broken system – Barker Vormawor

Founder and convener of Fix The Country Oliver, Barker Vormawor, has labelled the majority of Ghanaians as thieves due to what he describes as corruption and inefficiency on the part of the Public Procurement Authority.

In a tweet on X (formerly Twitter), the outspoken lawyer and activist called for the disbandment of the Public Procurement Authority over its failed purpose as an agent for sanity created to help streamline and help Ghana save money through competitive procurement.

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Oliver contends that the overall procurement system in Ghana rewards corruption rather than promoting fair competition and growth for businesses and as a result, “every 9 in 10 Ghanaian has become or been made a thief!”

He argued that these, which the system has produced, refuse to exit since it continues to reward their nebulous dealings and corrupt practices

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“The entire system is broken. And of course, the thieves do not desire the system that rewards their theft to change,” he said.

Lamenting the broken state of the system, he asserted that “the entire system is broken. And of course, the thieves do not desire the system that rewards their theft to change.”

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Hence the opposing us who call for reform! In this town. Only the poor desire change. But the thieves have also bought the consciences of the poor. One handout at a time!

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