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Ad-hoc committee probing Gold Coast Fund issues to begin public hearing

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On Tuesday, February 27, 2024, the public hearing for the ad hoc committee that the Speaker of Parliament established to look into the non-payment of clients of the now-defunct Gold Coast Fund is scheduled to start.

The meeting will still go on for two days, concluding on Thursday, February 29.

The committee was established in December 2023 and is led by Joe Ghartey, a member of parliament (MP) from Esikado Ketan.

This came about in response to a petition that the disgruntled consumers’ representative, Bawku Central MP Mahama Ayariga, brought before the House.

In addition to demanding payment for their investments, the customers are asking an inquiry to determine the reasons for the government’s nonpayment of their assets that have been locked up.

Nii Lante Vandapuije, Benjamin Yeboah Sekyere, Kwasi Ameyaw Kyeremeh, Gizella Tettteh-Agbotui, and two technical specialists are among the other committee members. They are Anthonio Kisseh and Dr. Theophilus Acheampong.

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