Politics

The Ministry of Energy has chastised Alex Mould, a former chief executive officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), for making “dishonest” comments relating to government incentives in the nation’s petroleum agreements with Aker Energy and AGM Petroleum.

The storm clouds swirling around the National Democratic Congress since the eruption of the Airbus scandal show no sign of lifting. Nor is there any indication that the finger of suspicion about the ultimate beneficiary of bribes the European company paid to secure a multimillion-dollar military deal with Ghana will point to anyone other than the top man in the party: John Dramani Mahama.

Former President John Mahama has been asked to open himself up for a probe in respect of the Airbus bribery scandal.

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