The Head of Legal Affairs and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Foods and Drugs Authority (FDA), according to reports gathered has been fingered in a $200k bribery scandal investigations which was led by award-winning investigative journalist; Manasseh Azure Awini.
This new bribery allegations that has since hit the media space was in relation to the approval over a medication in relation to the manufacturer of COA FS.
COA FS as formerly known now COA Mixture is a herbal medicine for General Wellbeing, hence you can take it whether you are sick or not and it was in the news when the novel coronavirus pandemic had its way into the shores of Ghana as its treatment.
Professor Samuel Ato Duncan made it known to investigative journalist Manasseh Awuni who was formerly at Multi Media that the head of Legal Affairs who is in the person of Madam Cynthia Dapaah Ntow, demanded that he pays her an amount if $100,000.
This according to the investigative piece is to hep him in been given the green light to continue selling his product.
In a telephone conversation, Mrs Dapaah Ntow said she was taking the money on behalf of the Authority’s CEO, Delese Mimi Darko.
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