PIAC querries Ghana Gas over missing $46.7 million

A report by the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has questioned the whereabout of more than $40 million which was not accounted for by the Ghana Gas Company Limited.

The Company in 2016 paid only $9.3 million out of receivables of $56 million from the sale of raw gas to the state. The outstanding $46.7 million was not accounted for.

Technical Manager of PIAC, Mark Agyemang, has asked Parliament to demand from management of the Company how the money could be traced.

A report by the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has questioned the whereabout of more than $40 million which was not accounted for by the Ghana Gas Company Limited.

The Company in 2016 paid only $9.3 million out of receivables of $56 million from the sale of raw gas to the state. The outstanding $46.7 million was not accounted for.

Technical Manager of PIAC, Mark Agyemang, has asked Parliament to demand from management of the Company how the money could be traced.

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