General News of Sunday, 18 January 2015
The General Secretary of the People’s National Convention Bernard Mornah has charged pressure group, #OccupyGhana to proceed to court if they have problems with the public sector payroll and stop threatening the Controller and Accountant General.
According to him, the group’s decision to discuss their evidence on the alleged fraud on the payroll creates unnecessary tension between them and some government appointees.
The anti-corruption pressure group has threatened to expose the Controller and Accountant General’s Department over an incriminating document it claims it has intercepted about the country’s payroll system.
According to them the intercepted document showed that the country lost huge sums of money through the system in a manner, which was “orchestrated and well planned.
But reacting to claims on Radio Gold’s ‘Alhaji and Alhaji’ Saturday, Mornah urged the group to stop discussing their concerns in the media and fight the matter in court.
“If you have evidence of this nature, go to court! don’t threaten.
“Those who are interested must go to court. After all, the courts are meant for human beings, meant for facts and never meant for animals” he said.