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CHRAJ Will Reveal Suspicious Payments Made To JNS Talent – Edudzi Tamakloe


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According to Godwin Edudzi Tamakloe, a private legal practitioner, his client Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, is only interested in learning the truth about the strange payments made by the National Cathedral Secretariat to JNS Talent Limited.

Mr Okudzeto Ablakwa petitioned the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) on Monday, January 16, to investigate the GH 2.6 million paid to JNS Talent, a company owned by the Secretary of the National Cathedral Board, Victor Kusi Boateng, under a different identity.

Mr Tamakloe explained on the Citi Breakfast Show on Tuesday, January 17, that the claim that the GH 2.6 million was a refund is untrue because that amount was paid by JNS Talent to the National Cathedral after the Controller and Accountant General paid JNS Talent an earlier GH 3.5 million.

“The Controller and Accountant General paid this JNS Talent an amount of GH 3.5 million cedis; we are aware that the Controller disburses public funds. What service did this JNS provide to the Republic of Ghana to earn the payment of GH3.5 million is the question.

“When you look at the bank statements, it’s odd to see that they wired GH$2.6 million to the National Cathedral after GH$3.5 million was paid, and then made a subsequent payment back to them. According to my client Okudzeto Ablakwa, this is what article 14 of the 1992 constitution says, and article 218 of the constitution mandates an investigation by the CHRAJ and calls for all Ghanaians to prevent misuse of public funds.

Mr. Ablakwa claimed last Wednesday that JNS Talent Centre Ltd, which allegedly operates a daycare centre in Dawhenya, was paid about GH2.6 million to assist in the construction of the cathedral.


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