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Martin Amidu, the Special Prosecutor has made public the corruption assessment on Agyapa Deal after he submitted the report to the President and the Finance Minister two weeks ago.
Mr. Amidu raised concerns about the appointment of transactional advisors of the deal saying the processes for appointing the advisor were sidestepped.
“The absence of any evidence of the approval of the Mandate Agreement by Parliament under Article 181(5) of the Constitution makes the appointment of the Transaction Advisors also unconstitutional, null and void, and sins against any positive analysis of the risk of corruption, and anti-corruption assessment in their handling of the Transactions.” he said in the report.
Here is the full report of the Special Prosecutor:OSP-AGYAPA-ANALYSIS-ASSESSMENT-REPORT-OCT-15-2020
Source: Ghana Waves