It started with a disappointment after having such high expectations of good governance resulting from our new government’s appointments, administrative and decision-making processes, and in the loss of hope in them running an efficient and effective government agencies and ministries to end the systemic failures experienced in public administration that we faced as citizens.  

The idea was introduced into discussions on the negative effects of corruption on our nation’s progress and development; how successive governments and political leaders pretend to fight corruption but rather fuel it for their benefit; how citizens frown on corrupt acts and yet do not have a credible neutral platform to enable them participate in the fight against corruption, and we decided to do something about it. 

We invited like-minded people to join us to create the organisation, and identified some prominent corruption cases that had national attention, investigated it, and launched the organisation with it.

Crusaders Against Corruption focus on making the maximum positive impact in the fight against corruption in Ghana. 

Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. 

The Crusaders fight for what is right for future generations. We take our convictions and turn them into action. 

We identify issues of national interest that are blatantly corrupt or bother  on corruption, do an independent investigation, then use the varied media channels to expose and press for the appropriate attention and action leading to an acceptable and logical resolution.

CACG’s allies are the Media, Religious Organisations, other CSOs and Donor partners.