American businessman exposes over 8 Government officials who asked him for Bribe

American businessman exposes over 8 Government officials who asked him for Bribe

American businessman exposes over 8 Government officials who asked him for Bribe when he had wanted to set up his business in Ghana.

The rich business man serves as the Managing Director of Alafei Foods Company Limited, Claude D Convisser which is based in Tamale.

Alafei was the first company to submit its proposal to the government to set up a soya and vegetable factory under the 1D1F to meet the protein and vitamin needs of the Ghana School Feeding Program in the Northern region.

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Alafei Foods Limited, a company co-owned by Tamale based Adam Awal and Claude Convisser of America applied to set up the factory in Zugu, a community in the Yendi Municipality.

Claude disclosed Ghana’s economy continue to dwindle because of their high taste for bribe and it has really disturbed the country.

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Despite the presidents effort to curb that culture many officials continue to engage in the illegal act.

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“We haven’t paid bribes and I must say I’m a very stubborn investor even though you have people in government who keep asking how much is in for them. Eight to ten officials in this administration have demanded bribes from me,” Mr Convisser said this morning on the Morning Starr on Starr FM.

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In 2019,the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Yendi, Alhaji Hammed Abubakari Yussif, said that, the United States,Claude D Convisser, national seeking to establish a factory in his Municipality does not sound convincing that he is capable of doing so because he does not own a car.

Farmers in the Yendi Municipality staged a demonstration against government over failure to grant a letter of intent to Alaafie Foods Limited to establish a factory in the area.