Residents of Chiana-Paga in the Upper East Region are appealing to President Akufo-Addo to pardon former National Coordinator of the defunct Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA), Abuga Pele.
He was handed a 6-year sentence by an Accra High court on Friday, after he was convicted for willfully causing financial loss to the state.
Mr. Abuga Pele superintended the awarding of GYEEDA contracts in the erstwhile John Mahama-led government that led to the loss of some state monies.


  1. Comment: “sympathy”!!! This is the main reason why corruption can’t end. Ghanaians must think and stop all these. We should all think of Ghana first and not ourselves. A financial loss has been caused and fortunately it’s 6years and citizens are requesting for intervention. This is heart breaking and very sad. Ghanaians must think

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