Mahama ordered BNI probe into NSS – Apaak reveals

mahamaPresidential Staffer, Dr Clement Apaak, has revealed that President John Mahama ordered the BNI investigations that uncovered the Ghc7.9 million rot at the National Service Scheme.

According to him, a similar exercise is being conducted in several public institutions across the country. “Alert! JM ordered the nationwide investigation of the NSS by the BNI” Apaak wrote on his Facebook, Thursday.

He added: “Indeed the BNI must be commended for doing a fantastic job! I can assure you that more such work is being done in other areas of the public sector.

“In all this, citizens have and are playing great roles. More citizens must be willing to alert and expose acts of sabotage against the State: fraud, corruption”.

A total of Ghc7.9 million was paid to 22,612 non-existent national service persons in more than 100 districts in July 2014.

According to the State-owned Daily Graphic, after hints of massive fraud at the NSS, various sums of money and other items were used in a bid to induce investigators to stop their attempt to uncover the rot.

Top on the list is the Director of the NSS, Alhaji Imoro Alhassan, who the Daily Graphic learnt is currently under investigations and close monitoring.

Alhaji Alhassan allegedly paid Ghc100,000 in his attempt to silence investigators.

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