The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) has called for thorough investigations into the Airbus Scandal that has rocked the Mills-Mahama administration over the purchase of military aircrafts for the Ghana Armed Forces.
According to the Council, the security and investigative agencies in the country must take up the scandal as a matter of urgency indicating that the matter should not be left in the hands of politicians.
In a communique issued after a meeting at the 2020 Conference of Heads of Churches and Organisations held at the Pentecost Convention Centre at Gomoa Fetteh from February 4 to 7, the council noted that the security agencies must lift the veil of the individuals stated in the UK Court ruling so that they can face the full rigors of the Ghanaian law.
“We call on the security agencies to conduct serious investigations into the matter” the council stated in their communique issued after their meeting adding that anybody found culpable should be brought to justice.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has referred the case to the Office of the Special Prosecutor after court documents from the UK and the US found Airbus SE guilty in a series of unlawful business deals in countries including Ghana where a relative of a top elected government official was allegedly bribed.