Former GYEEDA Coordinator Abuga Pele Charged With Causing Financial Loss To The State The former national Coordinator of the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA), Abuga Pele has been charged with causing financial loss to the state. He has also been charged with defrauding by false pretences and aiding and abetting crime.
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GCB Fraud – National Service Personnel Caught XYZ Business can report on authority that national service personnel were allegedly involved in the fraudulent wiring of huge sums of money from the Ghana Commercial Bank’s vault into some private accounts.
Ghana Loses GH¢4.2b Due to Irregularities in Use of Public Funds Available figures from the Auditor-General’s Department indicate that Ghana lost GH¢4,559,976,756.76 within five years as a result of irregularities in public institutions. Reports from the Auditor-General spanning 2008 to 2012 indicate a general trend in the rise and fall of the incidence of irregularities, with the periods 2008 to […]
JJ Rawlings: Kufuor Monopolised Corruption For Himself. Former President Jerry Rawlings has accused his successor, John Kufuor, of monopolising corruption during his two-term tenure in office between 2001 and 2009. “The difference between John Mills and Kufuor is that Kufuor was so autocratic; they had used the military and the police to subjugate the spirit of the people that he […]
Transparency International Corruption Index: Ghana Ranked 63 Ghana ranked 63 out of 177 countries surveyed in this year’s global corruption perception index by Transparency International. Ghana scored 1 point better than the previous year inching to 46 from 45. But like last year, Ghana again performed below six African countries
Chief Justice’s C’ttee Summons Vicky Hammah The Justice Samuel Kofi Date- Bah Committee set up by Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, has summoned Victoria Lakshmi Hammah, a former Deputy Minister of Communications, for questioning over statements she made on a leaked tape.
Hundreds Turn Up for PPP Anti-corruption Demo. The Progressive People’s Party has staged another demonstration in Kumasi, the Ashanti regional capital registering their anger of what they describe as the “massive corruption” in the country. This is the second in the series of anti corruption demonstrations staged by the party.
Martin Amidu: Smoke Out The Criminals In Government Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has accused the Mahama Administration of covering up criminals within the Government and rather selectively prosecuting non-governmental officials accused of crimes against the state. He describes it as “diversionary propaganda” in a statement issued to the press. The former AG questioned the government’s commitment and sincerity in […]
Rawlings calls for public support to fight corruption Former President Jerry John Rawlings has called for public support to assist President John Dramani Mahama to efficiently manage the country and rid it of corruption. In a keynote address at this year’s Hogbetsotso festival of the people of Anlo, Mr Rawlings noted that although President Mahama is a fine leader “who […]
Government: Ghana is not 3rd most corrupt country in the world. Government has noted an extremely misleading story published by myjoyonline.com and broadcast on Joy FM in which they claim that a Gallup poll conducted in 129 countries with Free Press in 2012, ranked Ghana as the third most corrupt country. This story is also repeated on several online portals. […]
Top GIS Officers Interdicted Over Chinese Resident Permits. The Ministry of the Interior on Wednesday said President John Mahama has directed the immediate interdiction of three persons for issuing resident permits to some Chinese Nationals without due regard. They are the Deputy Director, Finance and Administration, Ms Veronica Addy, Acting Deputy Director Legal, Mr Kwame Asuah Takyi and the Regional […]
Ghana Revenue Authority Exposed! Massive Fraud At Bonded Warehouse More than 280 private and public companies have been cited for allegedly evading the payment of taxes amounting to $367 million over a seven-year period. A presidential task force uncovered the alleged massive tax fraud which was perpetrated in bonded warehouses in Accra between 2005 and 2012.