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CID To Raid Ghana's Parliament - BRIBES.

Author:
Prof. Nana Kofi Osei Tutu II
Date:
2021-10-13 03:03:13


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Why is the Finance Minister Ofori-Atta hiding Ghana's energy debt from the public?


Ghana's energy-sector debt could surge more than fourfold to $12.9 billion by 2023. (Bloomberg News, dated February 13, 2021, "Ghana's Energy Bill Could Jump $12.9 Billion.")

Many homes in Ghana don't have electricity, so how did the country incur such huge energy debt more that the City of New York or Chicago? Fraud in related to bribes, public corruption, government procurement, contracts, kickbacks, money-laundering, illegal-profits, illegal gratuities, etc.

Ex-Goldman banker Asante Bekor facilitated million of dollars in bribes to members of Parliament and government officials in Ghana to help client win a power-plant contract. (Wall Street Journal, dated Jun 23, 2021, "Ex-Goldman Banker Settles SEC Ghana Bribery Case.")

4. Berko crafted, developed and carried out the bribery scheme with the knowledge,
or under circumstances that made it substantially certain, that all or a portion of the money paid to the Intermediary Company would be paid as bribes to Ghanaian government officials to secure support for the Power Plant Project. Berko and the Energy Company timed the largest transfers of funds to coincide with key milestones in the approval process of the Power Plant Project so that funds would be available to bribe the corrupt officials who were in positions to help accomplish those milestones.

Who got what in Asante Bekor's Aksa Energy Bribes?

(1) Speaker Mike Ocquaye - $10 Million

(1). Abu Jinapor - $10 Million

(1). Kwabena Donkor - $10 Million

(2). Speaker Albin Bagbin - $8.5 Million

(3). Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu - $8.2 Million

(4). Joseph Osei-Owusu - $6 Million

(5). Andrew Asiamah Amoako - $5.4 Million

(6). Alexander Afenyo-Markin - $5 Million

(7). Haruna Iddrisu - $4.6 Million

(8). James Klutse Avedzi - $4.5 Million

(9). Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka - $4.3 Million

(10). Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa - $4 Million

(11). Martin Amidu (Special Prosecutor) - $1 Million (not to investigate).

(12). Joseph Whittal (CHRAJ) - $1 Million (not to investigate).


CID Should Provide Police Protection For Asante Berko NOW!

CID Should Arrest Corrupt Government Officials NOW!

STOP Government Corruption NOW!

CID Should Investigate ALL Tax Waivers Given OUT To Business Under Kufour, Mills, Mahama and Akufo Addo governments By Parliament and Ministry of Finance NOW!


STOP KICKBACKS NOW!



A Ghanaian History Remembered.


Ghanaian History Remembered is authored and compiled by Professor Nana Kofi Osei Tutu II for Professor Pete Publications, New York, NY.
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