Ghana Immigration honours 6 officers for refusing bribe
Six immigration officers have been greatly commended for refusing a bribe of GHS 25,000 at the Ghana- Burkina Faso border.
The ceremony took place the national headquarters of the Ghana Immigration Service in Accra
The officers, Hamile Sector Commander, Chief Superintendent Felix Agyeman-Bosompem, Assistant Superintendent Razak Mohammed and Inspector Prince Osei Bonsu, Assistant Inspector Benjamin Duah, Immigration Control Officer (ICO) Godfred Amponsah and Assistant Immigration Control Officer 1 (AICO I) Maurice Logochura, on August 1, intercepted 1,950 bags of NPK Fertilizers meant for the Planting for Food and Jobs programme at Fielmon, an unapproved route, at the Ghana – Burkina Faso border in the Upper West Region.
The Comptroller-General of Immigration (CGI), Kwame Asuah Takyi, said at the durbar what they did was an act of integrity.