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FINANCE MINISTERS BREACHING OBLIGATION ON USE OF OIL-FUNDED PROJECTS – PIAC
16th April 2018

The Vice Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) is lamenting the continuous failure by successive Finance Ministers to provide an update on how they allocate oil cash. Dr Thomas Kojo Stephens is worried the failure of...

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PIAC DEFENDS REPORT
13th April 2018

The Public Interest & Accountability Committee (PIAC) has reacted to a statement from former Deputy Power Minister and Member of Parliament (MP) for Yapei/Kusawgu, John Jinapor, which seeks to misrepresent the findings of its recent report...

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PIAC REPORT: READ BEFORE REACTING – MANTEAW TO JINAPOR
13th April 2018

The Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) Dr. Steve Manteaw has slammed the former deputy Power Minister John Jinapor for describing as false and ‘very misleading’ the committee’s report which claims...

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PIAC ALARMED OVER GH¢104M PROJECTS COST OVERRUNS
13th April 2018

Delays in the completion of some projects – notably roads, schools among other infrastructure funded with proceeds from the petroleum revenue – led to cost overruns of at least GH¢104million, according to some 11 projects monitored...

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PIAC WORRIED OVER ‘GIFTING’ OF OIL CASH
11th April 2018

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has expressed worry over the whereabouts of petroleum cash given to organisations like the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Venture Capital Trust Fund, and Exim Guarantee...

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PIAC URGES AG TO PROBE 50% OF OIL FUNDED PROJECTS
11th April 2018

PIAC urges AG to probe 50% of projects funded by oil revenue The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), has called on the Auditor General (AG) to investigate the whereabouts of 50% of oil funded projects. This follows the...

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