The Commissioner General of the Ghana Revenue Authority given the public assurance on the data of the institution following the fire outbreak at it head office annex.
The circle office of the Ghana Revenue Authority was gutted by fire in the morning of Sunday December 1, 2019.
Following the fire outbreak, the public raised concern about the state of the institution’s data fearing that the fire might’ve affected it.
Conspiracy theorist spread news that GRA officials intentionally set the fire to cover up embezzlement of funds.
Ammishadai Owusu-Amoah, the acting commissioner general has rubbished all the conspiracy theories.
Speaking to the media after firefighters had managed to quench the fire, he gave assurances that their data is intact and wasn’t affected by the fire.
The Acting Commissioner General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). Ammishadai Owusu-Amoah, has debunked stories circulating that some huge amount of money had been burnt in the cause of the fire that engulfed the GRA Large and Medium tax office fire earlier today. pic.twitter.com/e2mSPPkcin
— GRA (@GhanaRevenue) December 1, 2019
He added that no money have been lost following the Sunday morning incident.