Many Ghanaians appear impatient with the Akufo-Addo government’s efforts to prosecute cases of corruption, especially given the magnitude of allegations made against appointees of the Mahama government.

The flamboyant governor of Nairobi has pleaded not guilty to more than 30 counts of corruption, including money laundering and receiving bribes.

José Filomeno dos Santos and his co-accused, the former Banco Nacional de Angola Governor Valter Filipe, helped spirit US$500 million (£400m) out of the country during his time as head of Angola’s Sovereign Wealth Fund, state prosecutors say.

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