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GIP Boss: Mawuena TrebarhOperatives of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) stormed the offices of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in the early hours of Thursday causing panic among staff in the building.

This was around 8:00am when most staff of the Centre had reported for work.

The mission of the plain-clothed security men was to arrest a female staff of GIPC, identified as Gloria Adjapong, who was said to be an Investment Promotion Officer.

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She was said to have been caught taking photographs of confidential documents with a Samsung Galaxy phone for unknown reasons.

Security personnel at GIPC had been put on red alert to monitor confidential documents of investors, invoices and key information relating to the Presidency.

This was after confidential information and documents at the Centre were said to have found their way into the public domain, causing embarrassment to government.

She was thought to be one of the major suspects since sources said some staff had cause to raise concerns with her immediate boss, one Mr Doh.

This was said to have been a major headache for the immediate-past Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GIPC, George Aboagye since a lot of confidential information about the Centre were being leaked to the public.

The Centre is now headed by Mawuena Trebarh, who has embarked on foreign trips to woo investors.

Management was said to have tasked security personnel of GIPC to do whatever it takes to uncover the leaks.

But luck eluded Gloria on that fateful day after she was caught red-handed.

The BNI was then invited to take up the matter.

Upon arrival, the BNI operatives were said to have seized the lady’s phone together with her laptop and whisked her away in a waiting vehicle.

They reportedly took Gloria home and searched her room.

The suspect has since been kept in BNI cells assisting the authorities in investigations.

Sources said other staff of GIPC were likely to be interrogated since a lot more names would pop up owing to the arrest and detention of Gloria Adjapong.

By Charles Takyi-Boadu

Source: Daily Guide/Ghana



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