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The Corrupt Elites – Anatomy of Power and Wealth in Ghana

The Corrupt Elites is a simple and straight-forward narrative which explains the incidence of corruption in Ghana within successive historical epochs. The book argues that the Ghanaian state is sustained by a network of exclusive institutions built by the elites to facilitate the plunder of the nation’s wealth. This is because the elites are economically and politically weak to create wealth for themselves. The creation of exclusive institutions to facilitate corruption intensified from one historical epoch to another; it became a national scourge especially from the 1990s with devastating social consequences.

The book supports this narrative about corruption with concrete and credible illustrations.

Weight 0.500 kg
Year of Publication

2018

Pages

146

Author

Kwame A. Ninsin

Publisher

Gavoss (for Freedom Publications)

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