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agyenim boateng adjei

  • his follows the broadcast of the allegations made against Mr Adjei in an investigative documentary conducted by Manasseh Azure Awuni, titled "Contracts for Sale".

    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has suspended the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Procurement Authority, Mr Agyenim Boateng Adjei, over the 'Contracts for Sale' documentary.

  • Mr Amidu who is investigating potential acts of corruption on the part of Mr Adjei, said his office was collaborating with the office of the Auditor-General but that collaboration was cut short due to the conduct of his investigators.

    The Special Prosecutor, Mr Martin Amidu, claims his criminal investigations on former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), Mr Adjenim Boateng Adjei, have been delayed because his investigators have been compromised.

  • To Justice Short, "the Conduct of Public Officers Bill 2013", which among other things explains what conflict of interest is, is yet to be passed by Parliament into law.

    A former head of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice, Justice Emile Short has said the constitution of Ghana neither defines the meaning or scope of conflict of interest.

  • That followed investigations by the freelance journalist, Mr Manasseh Azure Awuni, contained in a documentary titled: 'Contracts for Sale', in which Mr Adjei is alleged to have ...

    The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has confirmed receipt of a petition from President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo requesting it to look into breaches of conflict of interest by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), Mr Adjenim Boateng Adjei.

  • In whichever direction you want to spin Chairman Ofosu Ampofo’s ‘No Contribution No Chop’ declaration, I am convinced that for once, a Ghanaian political party has been forthright with the people.

    One of the reasons cited for the entrenchment of corruption in Ghana has been that “they-who-pay-the piper”, that is party bankrollers, must be facilitated to recoup their investment before the end of four years.

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