Former Deputy CEO of Pacific Petroleum fingered of financial malfeasance

Former deputy Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Petroleum has being allegedly accused of stealing 200billion cedis by his former boss while in office.

At a press conference held at Ashalaja here in Accra, Personal Assistant to the former CEO, Alhaji Ibrahim Musah, who spoke on behalf of his boss pleaded for EOCO to diligently probe the ongoing matter and call the owner of the oil firm to order.

After exhausting all efforts by Alhaji Malik Ibrahim in getting the Chief Executive Officer of Oil Company who happens to be his senior brother, Alhaji Ibrahim Zakari to smoke the peace pipe with him appeals to EOCO through media to call his brother to order.

On the score, Ex-CEO of the oil company, Alhaji Malik Ibrahim has costed him a lot on his health and business.

Story by George Yawson Vineh

March 6, 2023

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