Alfred Agbesi Woyome, the businessman at the center of the controversial multi-million cedi saga has been found to have paid 400,000 cedis to the wife of a Chief State Attorney Samuel Nerquaye-Tettehwho who was key in negotiations leading to the payment.
It found that Mr. Woyome manipulated documents and rode on the negligence and/or complicity of public officials to receive money he was clearly not entitled to.
The report also reveals orders by President Mills to state officials to stop the payment were ignored.
The report takes a dim view of roles played by former Attorney General Betty Mould Iddrissu and legal director at the Finance Ministry Paul Asimenu.
Below is the EOCO-Woyome report