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SSNIT scandal: EOCO raids IT firm Perfect Business Systems

The office of Perfect Business Systems, the IT firm that was contracted by SSNIT to install the now controversial $72 million OBS software has reportedly been raided by officials of the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO). According to StarrFMonline.com sources, officials of the anti-graft body stormed the labadi office …

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SSNIT IT BOSS INTERDICTED OVER FAKE DEGREE

The Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) has interdicted Head of SSNIT Management Information Systems, Dr. Caleb Afaglo for presenting fake degrees and documents to attain the job of an IT boss. A thorough investigation by the anti-graft agency of EOCO revealed that Dr. Afaglo did not have a doctorate …

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$43,000 rot uncovered at Scholarship Secretariat

The Scholarship Secretariat wired an amount of $43,000 (Gh¢191,291) to the Ghana Mission in Conakry, Guinea in 2014 but the money never hit its destination, investigations have revealed. The money was meant to pay for Government of Ghana sponsored students’ allowances between January and March 2014. However, the 2015 Auditor …

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SSNIT blows $66 million on a malfunctioning Technology

Social Security and National Insurance Trust, SSNIT spent about $66 million on a malfunctioning Information Technology infrastructure – operational business suite (OBS) last year.The project which was meant to provide customers with convenience in service delivery has failed to operate effectively raising issues about the procurement process.

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Corrupt ‘bragging’ NDC officials will face the court – Kpemka

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) officials who dared the New Patriotic Party government (NPP) to prosecute suspected corrupt officials will soon be put before court for their involvement in various scandals. Deputy Attorney General, Joseph Kpemka who made this revelation on Point Blank segment of Eyewitness News however fell short of mentioning names of …

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