Rawlings leaves for South Africa

The Former President Jerry John Rawlings on Monday night left for South Africa to attend a forum on fighting corruption.
A statement signed by the Special Assistant to the ex-president, Mr Victor Smith said his wife accompanied him.
The five-day meeting is being co-hosted by the African Union Commission, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and South Africa.
It is intended to consolidate Africa's anti-corruption initiatives and infuse an African perspective into the definition, perspectives and mechanism for fighting corruption.

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