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OSP Completes Probe into Ghana Police, Gaming Commission

The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) says it has concluded investigations into the corruption and suspected corruption-related offences involving the Gaming Commission and the Ghana Police Service.

The OSP made this known in its second-half-of-year report, adding that the findings of the investigations will be made available to the public in due time.

The OSP initiated investigations into the award of a contract to Turfsport Ghana Limited by the Gaming Commission of Ghana. It is unknown why the Office had withheld this report after announcing the completion of the investigations in its first half report of 2023.

Additionally, the alleged corruption offence in the recruitment of Course 51 of Cadet Officers Training at the Ghana Police Academy is also completed. The investigations began in 2022.

These form part of five concluded investigated cases.

Meanwhile, it currently has five substantive criminal cases in court and 164 cases under investigation.

Some of the pending investigations involve the National Sports Authority (NSA), Ghana Water Company Limited, Airbus SE saga, Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority, the late Sir John and the Tema Oil Refinery.

Read the Full Report Here:Half_Yearly_Report_December_2023.

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