¢10.4m NDA rot: Four to appear in Court today
The four officials at the centre of the Procurement breaches at the Northern Development Authority (NDA) will make their first appearance in court, today, Tuesday, 31 January 2023.
The four will appear before the High Court in Tamale, Northern Region.
The Special Prosecutor (SP), Kissi Agyebeng, has charged the three persons at the centre of the procurement breaches at the NDA for conspiracy to directly or indirectly influence the procurement process.
This follows the conclusions of investigations by the Office of the SP into allegations of procurement breaches at the NDA.
The Chief Executive of A&QS Consortium Limited, Mr Andrew Kuundaari has also been charged in addition to the three persons.
The three have been charged with directly or indirectly influencing the procurement process to obtain an unfair advantage in the award of a procurement contract.
The three are: Chief Executive NDA, Mr. Sumaila Abdul-Rahman, Deputy Chief Executive (Operations) of the NDA, Mr. Stephen Yir-eru Engmen and Deputy Chief Executive (Finance & Administration), NDA, Mr. Patrick Seidu.
Source: classfmonline.com/Elikem Adiku
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