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FULL REPORT: Special Prosecutor investigating 120 corruption cases

The anti-graft body says it has concluded investigation into allegations of the use of public office for profit against Charles Bissue

The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) is currently investigating over 120 corruption and corruption-related cases, a half-year report from the office said.

The report said the cases are “at various levels of consideration,” adding that details will be “publicised if the Special Prosecutor determines that they are within the mandate of the office and that they should be moved past the preliminary investigation stage.”

High profile cases

The report also revealed that investigation is still ongoing in the alleged bribery by Airbus SE, a European multinational aerospace corporation, in respect of the sale and purchase of military aircraft for Ghana, the banking and financial sector crisis, and allegations of attempted bribery of MPs by an unnamed wealthy businessman.

The OSP is also investigating the alleged improper acquisition of state-protected land at the Achimota Forest enclave and the Sakumono Ramsar site by the late chief executive of the Forestry Commission, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie alias ‘Sir John’ and an investigation in respect of suspected corruption and corruption–related offences in the recruitment exercise into the Ghana Police Service.

Below is the full report of the OSP:

 

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