EOCO Gives Ibrahim Mahama May 8 Deadline To Pay GRA Ghc 12.7m

The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) have handed Ibrahim Mahama, brother of former President John, just over two weeks to pay back Ghc 12.7m to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).

Ibrahim Mahama was given the ultimatum earlier today (Friday), when he made another visit to the offices of the anti graft agency which has been interrogating him for the past few days.

According to reports, EOCO and the Ghana Revenue Authority worked out the figure of Ghc 12.7m as the cost of duty being owed by Mr Mahama which he issued dud cheques for, thus he is to pay back the money, plus interest.

Ibrahim Mahama reportedly agreed to payback the money and was thus discharged by EOCO.

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The brother of the former President was invited by the body to answer questions on the issuance of dud cheques to the Ghana Revenue Authority to clear goods, a situation that had occurred on more than one occasion during the time his brother was the Commander-in-Chief.


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