The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has reacted to claims that the Corporation has hands in sponsoring its Board Chairman, Freddie Blay 275 bus in his quest to become the National Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party.
According to the Corporation, it has in place a robust financial system that will not allow any official to approve or receive funds to support a prsgramme not set out in its Work Programme and Budget which is approved by Parliament.
The Minority in Parliament on Monday called for a “forentic audit” into the accounts and activities of the GNPC following the 275 bus buying of its Board Chairman Freddie Blay at the NPP delegates conference.
Togbe Afede has well call for investigations into the Freddie Blay Bus questioning his source of funding.
But in a statement signed by the GNPC Chief Executive, K. K. Sarpong clarified that GNPC never supported Freddie Blay Adding that the “corporation has a robust financial system that will not allow any official to approve or receive funds to support programmes not set out in its work programmes not set out in its work”.
In the statement GNPC stated clearly that, their records are there for verification anytime for anyone.
They further indicated to the general public to note that, GNPC’s financial records are audited by an international auditing firms which adhere to a very high standard.