Business & Economy

The myriad issues which culminated in the collapse of UT Bank point to the fact that former President Mahama’s brother Ibrahim played a lead role in bringing the bank to its knees before its final closure by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) last year.

Information from the Attorney General’s Department seen by the Daily Statesman suggests that the prosecution of about 50 directors and owners of the seven banks which collapsed in the past three years will begin next month, as soon as the legal vacation is over.

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) will host the maiden edition of the African Cocoa and Chocolate Expo (ACCE) from October 4-6 2019 at the Accra Tourist Information Centre.

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