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After the state wrapped up its evidence, Mr. Raymond Bagnabu, lawyer for Mr Assibit started his cross-examination.
He pointed out to the witness that he (Mr Hamidan) had witnessed a document, Terms of Works, which formed the basis for the work Goodwill International did for GYEEDA.
In respect of the 65 million dollar funding from the World Bank, Mr. Bagnabu read from publications allegedly posted on the website of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the supervisory ministry for GYEEDA, in which the immediate past minister Kofi Humado said that GYEEDA had obtained $65 million with the help of Goodwill International.
The witness said he couldn’t comment on that.
Mr. Bagnabu stood down his cross-examination, saying he would continue after obtaining a record of the witness’ testimony.
The court, presided presided over by Justice Afia Serwah Asare-Botwe, adjourned the hearing to Thursday, February 13, 2014.
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