Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has actually waded into the questionable Agyapa Royalties deal, seeking for additional and much better particulars.
Martin Amidu has actually written to Parliament requesting for papers on the offer to aid in the prevention of any kind of form of corruption.
“This office will be concentrating on any potential of the said transaction(s) to promote and facilitate the suspected commission of corruption and corruption-related offences and advise the government accordingly” a portion of the statement read.
The Agyapa deal produced lots of conflicts and tussle between the government, the opposing and some Civil Culture Organisations (CSOs).
The deal which began in June 2018 when Parliament passed the Minerals Income Investment Fund (Act 2018) to manage the equity interest in mining business and also get royalties in support of the Government of Ghana generated debate when on August 14, 2020, the Majority MPs secured the numbers to pass the agreement causing the Minority to organize a gone out.
On the other hand, government still insists the bargain is for the country’s very own great.
Source: Ghana Waves