The authoritative and sole state broadcaster which is the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation has confirmed and shared an official information from the office of the Special Prosecutor.
Finally, corruption and its related offences in the banking and financial sector is under investigation. According to the report, Mr Kissi Adjabeng has finally started a fresh and full investigations into the collapse of banks and cases surrounding the clean up of banks and its recapitalisation reforms.
The office of the Special Prosecutor also affirmed it's readiness to arrest, Prosecute and jail all officials who will be found guilty after the investigations.
The Special Prosecutor also ceased the opportunity to invite the general public to assist them with every possible information to help them tackle the matter with full evidence. They promised to keep all the whistle-blowers and informants safe and will never reveal their identity.
Under the era of Former President John Dramani Mahama, many banks suffered collapse. It took the current government under Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to pay some customers of these collapsed banks. Notably among these banks were GN Bank, God is love, DKM, Jastar among others.
Up till now, nobody knows how they collapsed and brought burden on government. You can check the official release below as shared by the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation GBC.
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