- Professor Dua Agyeman, has complained of his inability to serve NDC's general secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, with court summons
- He however added that the court has instructed him to serve it on all available notices
- The summons are in respect of defamatory words made by Nketia, also known as 'General Mosquito'
The chairman of the Audit Service Board, Professor Dua Agyeman, has reportedly complained about the difficulty in serving the general secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, with court summons.
Speaking on Okay FM, he revealed that Nketia, also known as 'General Mosquito', hds been dodging him, hence his inability to serve him with the summons.
He, however, added that the court had ordered that the summons should be served on all notices, including those at the party’s head office.
Professor Agyeman further indicated that per instructions from his lawyers, General Mosquito had asked his legal team to open defense in a defamatory case brought against him.
Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, General Mosquito reportedly stated that Professor Agyeman lacks the integrity to occupy his office.
“It was Prof. Dua Agyeman, who in 1983, was banned by the Institute of Chartered Accountants-Ghana from practicing Accountancy and Auditing in Ghana for forging an audit report for a private firm, whose accounts he’s neither seen nor audited.
The person who has been appointed by Nana Akufo-Addo to chair the Audit Service Board, and who is being asked to recruit these private firms in the name of Cabinet Committee’s kitty, he’s the person who now has been recycled to Chair the Audit Service Board by Nana Akufo-Addo to fight corruption," General Mosquito said.
He further added that Professor Agyeman’s integrity was tainted with scandals, and for that reason, he does not have to occupy his present office.
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