Corruption at CEPS; MP vows to expose officials
A Member of Parliament for Daboya/Mankarigu is angry over what he said is the institutionalization of corruption at the Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS).
Nelson Abudu who until his election as MP was the former head of the Special Operations Unit at CEPS said he has palpable evidence to prove his allegations of corruption.
The Special Operations set up by the late President John Mills was to fight persistent corruption in the Service and was able to save an estimated 6 million cedis in revenue for the state which would otherwise have gone into individual pockets.
Nelson Abudu said he was forced out of the place because of his commitment to fighting corrupt practices by some officials and he told Joy News’ Elton John Brobbey it is now time to fight back as an MP.
According to him, he has a mind-blowing substantial evidence of corrupt practices at the Service and will soon be heading to the President and the Speaker of Parliament for swift action.