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ajbabe
14th October 2011, 09:50 PM
Ibrahim Index is Africa’s leading assessment of governance and each year it uses comprehensive quantitative data to assess governance performance across Africa. This year (2011), Ibrahim Index has released its annual Index of Africa Governance and Ghana ranked 7th out of 53 countries… South Africa placed 5th and Nigeria came 41. Ibrahim Index was established in 2007 and its reports are well respected across the globe. Click here to see the index yourself, the data used, the structure and others…7th for Ghana is not bad at all…So after all our government is not doing that bad in Africa and the world at large…Be proud to be a Ghana!

The Ibrahim Index List
1st Mauritius 82
2nd Cape Verde 79
3rd Botswana 76
4th Seychelles 73
5th South Africa 71
6th Namibia 70
7th Ghana 66
8th Lesotho 63
9th Tunisia 62
10th Egypt 61
11th Benin 60
12nd São Tomé and Príncipe 58
13rd Tanzania 58
14th Morocco 58
15th Senegal 57
16th Zambia 57
17th Malawi 57
18th Algeria 55
19th Burkina Faso 55
20th Uganda 55
21st Mozambique 55
22nd Mali 54
23rd Kenya 53
24th Gambia 52
25th Rwanda 52
26th Swaziland 51
27th Gabon 51
28th Libya 50
29th Djibouti 49
30th Sierra Leone 48
31st Comoros 47
32nd Mauritania 47
33rd Madagascar 47
34th Ethiopia 46
35th Togo 46
36th Liberia 45
37th Burundi 45
38th Cameroon 45
39th Niger 44
40th Congo 42
41st Nigeria 41
42nd Angola 41
43rd Guinea 38
44th Guinea-Bissau 37
45th Equatorial Guinea 37
46th Côte d’Ivoire 36
47th Eritrea 35
48th Sudan 33
49th Central African Republic 33
50th Congo, Democratic Rep. 32
51st Zimbabwe 31
52nd Chad 31
53rd Somalia 8
Rank Score (out of 100)

Chapati
15th October 2011, 12:41 AM
good job Ghana