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NPP-Leipzig chapter worries Mahama to speak on Airbus scandal

The Leipzig, Germany chapter of the New Patriotic Occasion (NPP) has challenged previous President John Mahama to answer to experiences linking him to a bribery chain involving aviation large Airbus.

In a assertion the diaspora body mentioned the 2020 NDC presidential prospect “owes the country a good offer of duty and accountability, particularly in this Airbus scandal, for all fingers point to him.”

Their desire follows a ruling in a British isles court the place Airbus admitted 5 counts of failing to avert bribery by its officials.

The report mentions Ghana among other nations around the world wherever Airbus is explained to have compensated monies to protected aggressive gain in securing contracts.

The transaction is stated to have happened in the course of Mahama’s tenure as president but the report mentions no names other than showcasing a certain ‘government official one’ which critics together with the governing NPP say is the ex-president.

Mr. Mahama has not responded to the claims while prime officials of the Countrywide Democratic Congress have dismissed them.

But joining expanding phone calls for Mahama to talk on the matter the NPP-Leipzig included in their assertion that: “Recalling his remarks in a BBC target on Africa job interview, Ghanaians are knowledgeable former president Mahama finds it tricky answering queries on corruption due to the fact he will like to know if the issue relates to him ‘as a president or as a person’. Like the BBC’s Peter Okwoche, we inquire, ‘Mr. President, did you choose it’?”

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