The brother of former President John Mahama, Ibrahim, was on Wednesday hauled before the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) to answer questions on some dealings during the past few years.
The anti-graft agency is currently probing the tenure of Stephen Opuni, who served as COCOBOD CEO from 2013 till he was fired by Nana Akufo-Addo earlier this year.
Ibrahim Mahama, a well known businessman, was invited by EOCO to answer questions in regard to some dealings with Opuni, the Ghanaguardian reports. Ali Seidu, another associate of the former President, was also present to answer some questions.
The pair reportedly landed huge contracts with COCOBOD whilst it was being led by Opuni, without the contracts going through the laid down processes for such transactions.
Opuni, who faced massive allegations of corruption as head of the Board, has had his assets frozen by the state whilst the probe continues.