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Woyome saga: AFAG join calls to prosecute “conspirators”

Afag Flag The Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) has joined call on government to prosecute people they call “conspirators” involve in the payment of GH? 51.2 million judgment debt to embattled business man Alfred Agbesi Woyome. Ina statement issued in Accra Thursday, AFAG said Mr. Woyome could not have single handedly defrauded the state without the “support, failure or negligence of these government officials”. Below is the full statement WOYOME’S FRAUD; PROSECUTE CONSPIRATORS The Supreme Court ruling on the 29th of July 2014 presided over by her Ladyship Theodore Georgina Wood vindicates AFAG in our long running battle to get » Read More

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