Sometimes, there are allegations of issues of corruption but getting the evidence to validate the claim then becomes an issues.
However, Joynews has has gathered necessary information to expose an a Minister in the Akufo-Addo administration that was caught in a conflict of interest in what it termed as "Akufo-Addo Minister Caught in Conflict."
According it Joynews, A ¢12 million road contract was allocated to a company owned by close associates of a Minister in the Akufo-Addo government. But after three solid years, the company hasn't done the work.
Meanwhile, another ¢2.6 million Planting for Food and Jobs contract was allotted to the same company. Joynews has vowed to release all the interesting details soon on the station. They also claim their findings further reveals surprising details as well from the Ghana Revenue Tax Audit. Thier publication stated that "Meanwhile, the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) tax audit of the company reveals interesting details.
Ghana cannot wait to know who the more about this findings.
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