Renowned investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni has congratulated the Attorney General Miss Gloria Akuffo and her team for successful prosecution of the NCA case but asked to know when the attorney general will work on the Jospong case which is worth more than 200million CEDI’s loss to the state in the phantom fumigation contained in his documentary titled “Robbing the Assemblies”
Three former members of the board of the National Communications Authority (NCA) were given prison sentences of a total of 16 years for their roles in the purchase of cyber security equipment of over $4 million.
A former board chair of the NCA Mr. Eugene Baffoe-Bonnie was sentenced to six years imprisonment. Mr. William Tetteh Tevie, a former Director-General of the NCA was also sentenced to five years imprisonment and Alhaji Salifu Mimina Osman, a former Deputy National Security Coordinator was sentenced to five years.
The trial judge Justice Kyei Baffour in his rullingordered the Attorney-General to seize assets of the convicts amounting to the tune of three million dollars.
In a Facebook post, Mr. Manasseh Azure Awuni said “Kudos to the Attorney General and her team for the successful prosecution of the NCA case. May I know when they will work on the Jospong case, which is worth more than 200 million cedis loss to the state in the phantom fumigation contained in my Robbing the Assemblies” documentary? The Financial Forensic Unit of the Ghana Police Service finished investigation on this matter a year ago. Madam Attorney General, what is holding that case? I know you have solid evidence because l worked with the police and officials of the Ministry of Justice and Attorney General on the case and I know how
strong your case is.”