The Yendi constituency Chairman of the opposition Countrywide Democratic Congress (NDC) is alleged to have swindled a quantity of farmers and has considering that long gone into hiding, MyNewsGh.com experiences.
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Alhaji Ibrahim Yaghu in accordance to facts collected by this portal, someplace in 2016 instructed his victims that he was heading to facilitate for them to acquire tricycles on employ the service of acquire from the defunct Savannah Accelerated Progress Authority (SADA).
In a petition jointly
signed by the aggrieved farmers from Nakpachee in the Yendi Municipality to the
present-day Professionals of the Northern Advancement Authority (NDA), he demanded that
they make portion payment which they did and until date have neither received the
goods no a refund of their income.
“We, the undersigned petitioners are indigenes of numerous communities in the Yendi Municipal, who in 2016, paid different quantities via directed agents to the NDC chairman, Alhaji Ibrahim Yaghu, as deposits to permit us secure tricycles (Motor Kings) from the Savannah Accelerated Advancement Authority for our farming pursuits. Having said that, this intention never arrived via because 2016 and any attempt to retrieve the monies proved futile. The chairman has shown plenty of unwillingness to return our difficult sweat monies. Sir, we would like to attract your consideration to the happenings in your office by your predecessors through his agent and also to prevail on you to aid us in retrieving our monies or the objects. We depend on your cooperation and urgent attention”, the petition sighted by MyNewsGh.com study in aspect.
This also will come at a time
the Northern Development Authority has alleged that some advertising and marketing officers of Unik
Savannah Minimal, a private company, that was engaged to provide tricycles and
motorbikes to some inhabitants inside the SADA zone perpetrated fraud on the then
Savanna Accelerated Enhancement Authority beneath a General public Personal Partnership
SADA entered into a Non-public General public Partnership (PPP) with UNIK Savannah Minimal for the procurement of 5,000 tricycles less than the tricycle venture at a expense of $9,500,000 in 2015. Out of the 5,000 tricycles that were imported, 3,000 were being assembled, 2,239 had been released and 732 left below harsh climate situations with about 2,000 of the unassembled tricycles continue to in inventory.
Subsequent the detection of some irregularities all-around the functions of the enterprise and the company arrangement, SADA Board referred the issue to the Financial and Organized Crimes Workplace (EOCO) for investigations.