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How did NCA pay $2m to Israeli company without a contract? Lawyer asks

The controversial $8 million deal between the NCA, an Israeli company, NSO Technologies Group and their local agents Infraloks Development Limited (IDL), appears to be getting murkier.

The contract documents covering the deal and the rejoinders and denials issued by the persons cited in the deal are raising more questions.
Former officials of the National Communications Authority – Eugene Baffoe-Bonnie, Board Chairman; William Tevie; former Director-General and one Alhaji Osman, former Deputy National Security Coordinator among others, are being investigated by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) over their involvement in the scandal.The NCA contracted IDL which in turn contracted NSO Group to supply intelligence equipment at the cost of $6 million, to enable National Security monitor conversations of persons suspected to be engaged in terrorist activities. IDL charged the state $2 million as a facilitator for the transaction. A sum of $4 million was withdrawn from the NCA’s accounts and lodged in IDL’s account. Out of that amount, $1 million was paid to the Isreali company.
Days after Joy FM broke the news, IDL Chief Executive, Mr. George Oppong, Mr. Tevie and one Nana Dr. Nsor in separate statements and rejoinders, have denied taking any monies from the Authority.

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