The Economic and Organized Crimes Office has strongly defended its report on the 51 Million cedi judgment debts paid to Alfred Woyome.
The embattled businessman has described EOCO’s February 2012 report as bogus and full of fabrications.
He is disputing suggestions in the report that late President Mills tried on two occasions to stop the payment of the judgment debts.
But Head of the EOCO, Mortey Akpadzi speaking to XYZ News said the report that was published was backed by facts.
“Ask them to publish whatever evidence that they have, there is nothing to clarify; my report is a public document so whatever I have written is there.
“If they say they have any document contrary to it just ask them to publish so that I am disgraced” Mr. Akpadzi said.