Bolgatanga- Mahama Orders Probe Into Missing GH¢600,000 President John Dramani Mahama has ordered a probe into the alleged misappropriation of GH¢600,000 by the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bolgatanga, Mr. Edward Ayagle Ayiriba. Subsequent to the order, a five-member Committee of inquiry has been set up by the Upper East Regional Minister to delve into the allegation.
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EXPOSED! Download Leaked GYEEDA Report Pressure is mounting on Government to ensure that all those indicted by the investigative report on the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Authority (GYEEDA) by a ministerial committee are brought to book. Pro-opposition pressure group, The Young Patriots, which has outed the entire report, says it is imperative the Government goes about dealing with the […]
Takoradi: Massive Looting, Conflict of Interest Allegations Rock STMA An attempt by some officials of the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA) to outsmart a contractor has led to the exposure of massive corruption and conflict of interest at the assembly. It has emerged that top officials of the STMA, who were also members of the tender committee have formed companies and […]
Half of Ghanaians Have Bribed For Government Service Nearly half of Ghanaians have paid bribes at government institutions or to government representatives, according to an exclusive new poll on corruption in Ghana conducted by The Weekend Globe and VOTO Mobile. The poll, which surveyed more than 500 Ghanaian citizens about corruption in early July via mobile phone, reveals that roughly […]
Scanning System At Tema Port Causes Corruption Some importers, clearing agents and drivers who work at the Tema Port are accusing officials of corrupt activities upon the introduction of a new scanning system. According to them they have to pay bribes at every point before their containers are examined because of the long queues associated with the operations of the […]
Transparency International: Public Institutions Are The Most Corrupt In Ghana. Key findings in this year’s Transparency International’s Global Corruption Barometer indicate that public institutions in Ghana suffer the worst levels of bribery. The Global Corruption Barometer reflects the responses of about one hundred and fifteen thousand people in 107 countries including Ghana. The Barometer asked for people’s views on corruption […]
Mahama Outdoors Code Of Ethics To Curb Corruption. President John Dramani Mahama Monday launched a manual of code of ethics for ministers of state and government appointees, with a call on public officials to guard against corruption and bribery. He reminded ministers of state that there were issues that could be accepted in the traditional cultural context but were unacceptable […]
GHC400, 000 Missing At Bawku GYEEDA Secretariat. An amount of GHC400, 000 has been reported missing from the accounts of the Bawku Municipal Secretariat of the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Agency (GYEEDA). The said amount was meant for the payment of beneficiaries of GYEEDA in Bawku who have been unpaid for eight months. Reliable sources disclosed that the Bawku […]
Mahama Directs AG To Prosecute Public Officials Indicted By Auditor General’s Report. President John Mahama has directed the Attorney General and Minister of Justice to set up a special desk to investigate and prosecute all offenders who have been captured in the reports of the Auditor General concerning squandered state funds and assets. President Mahama says the directive and its […]
Feature: Look, Who Is Complaining About Corruption! Dear reader, forgive me for diverting from the topic I promised yesterday. I have been compelled by Jerry Rawlings’ outburst in Nigeria about corruption, as if he himself is a saint. I am compelled to do this expose on the former junta head for those who do not know his role in promoting […]
CPP Accuses Daily Graphic Of ‘Bribery’. The Convention People’s Party is accusing the Graphic Communications Group, publishers of the Daily Graphic newspaper of accepting huge sums of money to tarnish the party’s image. The allegation by the CPP comes on the heels of a screaming banner headline story by the national newspaper on Thursday June 20, 2013 which said Party […]
Fight Against Corruption: President Mahama Clueless. The Alliance for Accountable Governance, AFAG, doffs it hat for Mr. Martin A.B.K. Amidu, former Attorney General and Minister for Justice for his relentless role in ensuring that Ghana recoups some 40 million euros doled out illegally to Waterville Holding Ltd. and Mr. Alfred Woyome.