Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has denied allegations by pressure group, Occupy Ghana, that he has entered into a GHC35 million contract with the Government o
Woyome said the project, which he described as a West African project will create as many as three million jobs for the country's unemployed youth.
Occupy Ghana hints that the contract was signed in 2015 between the transport ministry under a resigned minister Dzifa Attivor and one Anator Holdings of Woyome
In an emotional interview with Joy FM, the embattled Alfred Woyome reveals that God is has been the source of his strength and peace of mind over the years.
Alfred Woyome was paid GHC51 million in judgement debt on his claim that he helped in sourcing funds for the construction of stadia for the CAN 2008 Nations Cup
But I am compelled to put Ghana First and to defend the 1992 Constitution by saying that the only way Ghanaians can have their money back is to change governmen
Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has reacted angrily to the Supreme Court's decision to allow former attorney general, Martin Amidu, to examine him over a GHC51
After the judge's pronouncement earlier today, Alfred Woyome stepped out of the court room looking rather pensive as news cameras and reporters swarmed in