Spokesperson for one of the leading contenders for the chairmanship position of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Richard Nyamah has denied rumours that his boss, Freddie Blay is being investigated by the special prosecutor.
The aspiring Chairman is being accused of using state funds to buy cars for his party.
Mr Blay bought 275 buses for his party ahead of its Delegates Congress on July 7, 2018.
The initiative, the aspiring chairman explained, is a commercial bus project for his job-creation initiative.
But many have criticised the timing of the donation, describing it as being aimed at buying delegate.
Rumours that made round on social media indicated that Freddie Blay is being investigated by the Special Prosecutor over the procurement of 275 buses for the party.
The rumours continued that the Special Prosecutor is unhappy with the circumstances surrounding the procurement of the buses for the party.
Responding to this allegation, Richard Nyamah said neither his boss nor any member of the Blay campaign team has been contacted by the Special Prosecutor.
“We have also made our checks with the special prosecutor and there is nothing like that going on…it’s fake news…,” he said.
“It’s fake news…I have spoken to the man, he says he doesn’t anything about it, call the man and find out…,” he told GhanaNewsPage.Com in an exclusive interview.