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13.11.2002 General News

A-G Orders Probe Of Okaidja, Nanfuri

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The Office of the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice is feverishly preparing for a legal show down with Mr. Peter Nanfuri and Nii Okaidja Adamafio, former Inspector General of Police (IGP) and Interior Minister respectively. The show down is over the two men’s involvement in a South African Company-Ghana government deal to supply operational vehicles to the Ghana Police Service. The “Evening News” can authoritatively state that a letter from the A-G’s office is ready to be sent to the IGP, Nana Owusu Nsiah, requesting for a full-scale investigation into the matter. Meanwhile, the paper’s investigation last August revealed that the government entered into an agreement with a South African Company “Rhuamec” to supply semi-armoured cars to the Police Service. Subsequently, Dr. Orleans Linsey, who claimed to be a representative of the South African Company allegedly diverted the contract to a company of which he was a director. He then transferred the amount of monies involved in the deal to the accounts of the latter’s company, Grange Ways Limited in the USA. Further investigations revealed that Dr. Orleans Linsey’s company could not supply the type of vehicles that the government of Ghana wanted.

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