A former New Patriotic Party(NPP) Member of Parliament(MP) for the Nabdam Constituency, Boniface Gambila has stated that he did not get his share of the bribes allegedly orchestrated by the current Managing Director of the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) and allegedly paid to Members of Parliament in 2015 through to 2016.
The bribes amounting to at least $2.5 million were paid to government officials and others, including MPs and civil servants so that a Turkish Company could secure an energy contract with the government of Ghana in 2015.
But Mr Gambila who is the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Nabdam Constituency has denied ever receiving any bribe, insisting that the Joint Energy and Finance Committees of the 6th Parliament have questions to answer.
Other MPs shud come n remove their mouths,” he wrote on Facebook sighted by MyNewsGh.com in response to the raging scandal.
Meanwhile Mr Berko has denied ever paying bribes to government officials and MPs, admitting that even though he played a role, he never was involved with paying bribes.
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