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‘Finance Ministry paid GHc42,000 to Danomah’s family’

Browns brother, who was not authorized to write checks from the campaign fund. Che Brown also pleaded guilty to bank fraud not related to the campaign. The campaign finance offices general counsel will decide whether to recommend board action. At most, that would be another fine that would go unpaid by another campaign committee that also has no cash on hand. We suspect Mr.

The Director in charge of External Resource Mobilisation (Bilateral) at the ministry, Mr Kojo Awuah Peasah, who confirmed the payment, told the Judgement Debt Commission sitting that a cheque for the amount was handed over to one Seth Adjei Yeboah, in 2010, based on instructions from the Attorney General (AG). The Danomah family, Mr Peasah said, was represented by the law firm Totoe Legal Services, and at a point, I dont know for what reason, this Adjei Yeboah was issued with a statutory declaration so that he could follow up on the case. So the AG wrote to us that we could pay the money to this Seth Adjei Yeboah, which we did accordingly, he said. When it was put to Mr Peasah by counsel for the commission, Mr Dometi Kofi Sokpor that the statutory declaration indicated that the money be paid into an account, he said the AG letter stated so but records from the finance section of his ministry showed that a cheque was issued to Yeboah. Mr Peasah, who is also the Chief Economics Officer, later presented records of the payment to the commission.

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