It urged Ghanaian to commemorate the day by wearing something red or orange and exactly at mid-day raise and wave their index finger as a sign of warning against corruption and corrupt persons.
“Blow your car horn and put on your headlights to hoot against corruption/corrupt persons, bang your saucepans to drive corruption away and change your display pictures and status on social media to ‘Fighting for a Ghana without Corruption!’” issued on Monday by Kingsley Ofei-Nkansah, CMaC National Convener and copied to the Ghana News Agency said.
It said according to the Global Corruption Report 2013, 73 per cent of Ghanaians strongly believe that ordinary people can make a difference in the fight against corruption.
The statement said: “On this year’s international anti-corruption day, the CMaC calls you and all well-meaning friends of Ghana to action!”
“Be a patriot and a nationalist and believe that working together, Ghanaians can eliminate corruption to the barest minimum and mobilize more Ghanaians to be anti-corruption activists.
“Report incidences of corruption promptly to the toll-free number 080010025, stand by and speak up on behalf of any person suffering persecution for exposing corruption and believe that your efforts are not too small to make a difference.”
It urged Ghanaians to share new ideas on how to fight corruption, not to engage in any corrupt practices and not to allow other persons to corrupt them.