Political Corruption: The Ghana Case

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Appendix A
Reports of Commissions and Committees of Inquiry Dealing with Corrupt Practices, 1957-71
(Bracketed designations are forms for short reference)
I.
1. Nkrumah Period, 1956-66
2. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Affairs of the Cocoa Purchasing Company, Ltd. 1956. [ Jibowu Commission ]
3. Report of the Commission Appointed to Enquire into the Circumstances Which Led to the Payment of £ 28,545 to James Colledge (Cocoa) Limited as Compensation for Land Acquired for the Achiasi-Kotoku Railway. 1963. [ Crabbe Commission ]
4. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Alleged Irregularities and Malpractices in Connection with the Issue of Import Licenses. 1964. [ Akainyah Commission ]
5. Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Mr. Braimah's Resignation and Allegations Arising Therefrom. 1954. [ Korsah Commission ]
6. Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Trade Malpractices in Ghana. 1965. [ Abraham Commission ]
II.
NLC and Second Republic Period, 1966-1972; NRC Period 1972-?
Report of the Committee of Inquiry on the Local Purchasing of Cocoa. 1966. [ De Graft-Johnson Committee]
Report of the Commission of Inquiry on the Commercial Activities of the Erstwhile Publicity Secretariat. 1966. [ Ayeh Commission ]. White Paper: W.P. No. 3/66.

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