- Minority members in parliament say they are not resolved to comment on the SNNIT saga
- EOCO has already summoned key members of SSNIT to answer questions on the $72 million software saga
The minority in parliament has refused to comment on the SSNIT scandal revealing that it will have to seek the expert advice of technocrats in the IT industry before proceeding with any reactions.
YEN had already explained to readers the entire development related to the $72 million scandal which has subsequently seen the head of IT ordered ti vacate his post following claims of his academic certificate being fake.
But speaking at a press conference in Accra to address a separate matter, the Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu, said; “We don’t just want to talk as a Minority, I need expert advice. We are studying; we don’t want to be a Minority that just rushes to say.”
So far, about five executives of SSNIT have been summoned by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) and SSNIT itself has already started initiating probes into the development.
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