Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo – Addo, the then Attorney General and Minister for Justice in Kufuor’s administration has shown interests to appear before the Judgement Debt Commission to answer questions about his former Kufuor government, selling a drill ship to offset the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation(GNPC) indebtedness.

The Office of the Attorney – General whereby he was in charge in 2001, drafted the power attorney that was handed over to Hon. K.T. Hammond, former deputy Energy Minister to sell the ship.

The French Bank sued GNPC in a London court contract and received default judgement of the $19.5Million was sued to pay off a default judgement debt slapped against the GNPC in favour of Societe General by English Court.

However, $3.5Million of the amount is still unaccounted for, setting off an inquiry into the where about of the money.

Reliable source reaching World Today Press stated that Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo – Addo will appear before the Judgement Debt Commission when he returns from holiday in London, UK to answer questions about the sale of the GNPC drill ship during Kufuors Administration whereby he was AG and Minister for Justice.

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