The practice of corruption in the society has a serious reputational risk not only on the firm, but also on the individuals directly involved as well as management which may also be held accountable. Briefly compare any two ways through which corruption manifests itself within the Ghanaian society.
Corruption manifests itself within the Ghanaian society through abuse of functions, trading in influence, bribery, nepotism, embezzlement, favoritism, and illicit enrichment. In addition, misappropriation of property by some entrusted with valuable aspects such as investment, property, or funds illustrates corruption within the Ghanaian society. Corruption is also exhibited by activities such as awarding employment opportunities to trusted colleagues and other advantages and demanding sexual favors are rampant in Ghana. Factors such as the Government Effectiveness Governance Metric (GE), the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), and the Control of Corruption Governance Metric (CC) are typically used as indicators of corruption in a country. For instance, Ghana currents rank at 75/180 with a score of 43% in CPI as indicated by the Transparency International Organization (https://www.transparency.org/en/countries/ghana).