It has emerged that businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome is reluctant to pay the GHC 51.2 million debt he owes the state because he never received significant amount of the money which was paid by the Finance Minister.
According to information provided by radio presenter, Captain Smart, the businessman only received a meagre amount of the money hence his reluctance to pay the money.
Speaking on the Fabewoso segment of his Morning Show on Angel FM, Captain Smart said politicians from both the NPP and the NDC received significant amounts of the judgement debt leaving Woyome with less than GHC 1.5 million of the amount paid him.
These politicians, he said, created, looted and shared the money which was mistakenly paid the businessman by then Finance Minister, Kwabena Duffour.
“Go and ask Woyome, the amount of money he received into his account was less than GHC 1.5 million, quote me anywhere…,” he said.
These politicians, he said, schemed to ensure that the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament never sat on the issue despite it being reported in the Auditor General’s report two years on a roll.
The same crop of politicians, he added, ensured that not all MPs had access to the Auditor General’s report.
“There was a time that the Auditor General’s report became so scarce that even Kennedy Agyapong had his stolen from his pidgin hole so he would not make comments on it…,” he said.
This notwithstanding, Ken Agyapong, made frantic efforts to have access to the report and began serialising the contents.
Captain Smart who was not enthused about the rate of corruption in the country said he will expose the politicians behind the deal in the course of time.
Watch him explain why Woyome is reluctant to pay the judgement debt below: