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BoG winning the Sibton switch arbitration case is a testament of Gov’t commitment to protecting the public purse – NPP Communicator

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Communication Team Member of the New Partroic Party (NPP) in the Navrongo Constituency of the Upper East Region, Moses Amoah has said that the Bank of Ghana (BoG) victory in the arbitration case brought against it by Sibton Switch Systems Limited (“Sibton Switch”) in relation to the termination of the Master Agreement for the Ghana Retail Payment Systems Infrastructure in 2017 is a testament of government commitment to protecting the public purse.

Mr Amoah said the victory by BOG goes to vindicate the Akufo Addo’s commitment and pledge to Ghanaians to ensure that public resources are used judiciously and that nobody benefits from no work done.

Mr Amoah was speaking in a panel on Day Break Upper East show on A1 Radio said the verdict by the London court of Arbitration saves Ghana over 4 billion of Ghana Cedis taxpayer money which can be used financed many of government’s flagship programs such as planting for food and jobs, free Senior High School among others.

He further said, with a young vibrant Special Prosecutor (SP) and Attorney General (AG), Ghanaians can be rest assured that the public purse will be protected and monies stolen from government coffers will be retrieved and those found culpable will be dealt with according to lay down procedure.

Mr Amoah indicated that Ghanaians can be rest assured that the Akufo Addo government will stop at nothing in ensuring that corrupt deals under the erstwhile Mahama administration are properly investigated.

Mr Amoah called on the general public to disregard the National Democratic Congress (NDC) tactics of attacking the president hard earned reputation in fighting corruption.

Source: A1Radioonline.com| 101.1MHz| Agana Blaise| Ghana

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