Former National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament for Chiana Paga Constitution who was sent to Nsawam prison over corruption has made his first public speech after jail. Honorable Abuga Pele has been quiet from the public after President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo gave him a Presidential pardon
Speaking for the first time to the media, Abuga Pele explained that life hasn't been easy for him after jail. He added that, considering the changes of environment and mainstream lifestyle, he is finding it very difficult to cope.
Notwithstanding, he is making everything possible to make life easy for himself. Honorable Abuga Pele was the Chief executive officer of Youth Employment Authority ( YEA).
After President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo assumed office, the New Patriotic Party NPP government realise Abuga Pele had embezzled billions of Ghana cedis under John Dramani Mahama without any investigation.
He was later found guilty and sentenced to jail.
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