Addressing Management staff at a Kumasi retreat, the Commissioner stated that the findings were unacceptable and intended to dent his image and that of other officials.
“The Office of the Special Prosecutor is trying to indict the deputy and myself, anyone of you who has read that report will know very well the basis of that,” he added.
But Col. Damoah (Rtd) told the staff at the retreat that he sent a caution to the OSP, prior to the release of the report, to desist from attempts to vilify his hard-earned reputation.
“Luckily for me, God is always on my side. Before the report came, that person had made a statement to some people who had come to tell me he was going to publish something to discredit me,” the Commissioner alleged.
Meanwhile, the Chamber the Chamber of Freight and Trade has, in statement to the media, explained that both the owner of La Bianca Group of Companies and the Ghana Revenue Authority did no wrong as claimed by the findings of the OSP’s investigations.