Ghana’s €94m judgment debt to CP: I won’t speak – Betty Mould-Iddrissu tells PAC

Mrs. Betty Mould-Iddrisu

Former Attorney-General Mrs. Betty Mould-Iddrisu has refused to comment on a €94 million judgement debt paid by the State to Construction Pioneers (CP), a construction firm during a sitting of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament today February 10, 2012.

According to Mrs. Mould-Iddrissu, she cannot make a comment until granted access to documents relating to the matter and that she received invitation to the committee late yesterday February 9, 2012.

“I can’t even speak generally on the matter until I have access to the documents,” she told the committee even though Chairman Albert Kan Dapaah pressed on her to give a general comment.

The PAC has therefore requested the current Attorney General’s office to make available the necessary documents to the parties involved including Mr Joe Ghartey, a former Attorney-General.

Even when she was handed a copy of the document with her signature and asked to verify if that was her signature, she declined, insisting on getting a copy of the document.

She also asked the PAC why the current Attorney-General was not present at such an important sitting.

By Ekow Quandzie

1 Comment
  1. Anonymous says

    Infact Beaty is highly inteligent,she acted inteligently when she appeared before the public accunts commettee today.At apoint,when she was asked by the chairman that one of the documents bear her signature for that she should have and cross check whether she signed,but the woman insisted that unless she get access to some of the document before she talk’s.because she has swon she shold be carefull in other not to commit her self.

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