It has now become evidently clear that the National Democratic Congress-led administration was hell bent on finding pieces of incriminating evidence for the prosecution and possible incarceration of former Chief of Staff, Kwadwo Okyere Mpiani and Dr. Charles Yves Wereko-Brobbey, for their involvement in organizing the Ghana@50 celebrations. To embark on an enterprise akin to a wild goose chase, the […]
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Prez Mahama ‘Forces’ SSNIT To Swallow Brother’s Debt Deputy Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah, says SSNIT has been forced by President John Dramani Mahama to use funds of suffering Ghanaian workers to retire a GH¢57.2 million debt owed by his brother, Ibrahim Mahama, to struggling Ghanaian bank, Merchant Bank. Mr Buabeng Asamoah made this startling […]
Judgment Debt Saga: Ghana Is Being Raped HEADS OF the Local Council of Christian Churches in the Ashanti region have said the judgment debt saga had exposed the nation as “a very vulnerable entity” in spite of her esteemed intelligence and rich human resources. According to them, there was no doubt that the nation was being raped and deprived of […]
The highly-anticipated explosive banter that most members of the public had expected following the decision by businesman Alfred Agbesi Woyome to finally appear before the Public Accounts Committee to explain circumstances under which he was paid 51 million cedis judgement debt in 2010, failed to happen. The businessman refused to give any evidence on the controversial judgement debt payment and […]
President John Dramani Mahama has vowed to crack the whip on all persons who were compromised in the string of controversial judgment debts paid under suspicious circumstances. Chief among these judgment debts were those paid under the tutelage of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) amounting to a whopping GH¢900 million since 2009, including the GH¢51.2million paid to businessman and […]
A former Executive Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), Mr Theophilus Cudjoe, has said officials of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) should have been held liable for prosecution for their roles in the payment of 94 million euros to Construction Pioneers (CP).
As though the payment of GH¢642 million judgement debts was not enough, the Auditor-General has revealed the Mills-Mahama-Amissah Arthur NDC administration paid a further GH¢216.4 million in judgement debts in 2011 alone. Thus in total, the NDC in just three years of being in office has paid a whopping GH¢858.4 million in judgement debts as opposed to some GH¢100 million […]