The Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has hauled President Akufo-Addo to CHRAJ for allegedly accepting a $40,000 bribe to impact his choice not to fire the Director of Urban Roads one Alhaji Abass.
ASEPA has additionally presented the video documentary which is the essential proof to CHRAJ to help their examinations.
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In addition to other things, ASEPA is asking CHRAJ to research the conditions prompting the supposed bribery of the President at his private living arrangement in Accra.
ASEPA is likewise asking CHRAJ to convey a forensic review on President Akufo-Addo individual financial balances to learn the progression of funds into the individual records of the President, the wellsprings of the funds to build up whether there is a connection between the funds and the honor of any Government contract or the arrangement of any public authority.
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