Ghana’s Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu in a recent press statement has indicated that preliminary investigations have been launched into the Airbus Scandal which has implicated some Ghanaian officials.
In the press statement we have in our possession, the Special Prosecutor noted that the matter really falls under it domain and it has already begun it investigations.
Some part of the statement reads;
“The Special Prosecutor has determined that the said referral and deferred prosecution of agreements and judgments accompanying them raise reasonable suspicion of the commission of corruption and corruption-related offences of bribery of public officers and the use of public office by public officers for private office which are offences falling within the mandate of this office under the office of the Special Prosecutor Act 2017 Act (595).
A preliminary investigation was accordingly opened on 4th February 2020 by this Office into the allegations contained in the judgements referred to this Office aforesaid.”
Read the full statement below;
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