Ghanaian president John Dramani Mahama
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'Where corruption is involved, we're taking measures'

Ghanaians have taken to the streets in protest about the state of the economy, rising inflation and the value of the local currency, the cedi.

President John Dramani Mahama talks to the BBC's Lerato Mbele about how he plans to fix the economy in Ghana, and how he is dealing with accusations of mismanagement and corruption within the country's administration.

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