It seems the woes of the Prince Kofi Amoabeng and others involved in the collapse of UT Bank are not yet over.
Today, the government has officially levelled charges against those it says were involved in the collapse of the bank.
The founder of defunct UT Bank, former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), UT Holdings Limited and three others have been charged by the state with 42 counts of offences for their roles leading to the collapse of UT bank in 2017.
Prince Kofi Amoabeng, John Pandit Asiama, Raymond Amanfu, UT Holdings Limited, Catherine Johnson and Robert Kwesi Armah were jointly cited in an Accra High Court document dated February 5.
Last year, the government also charged those involved in the collapse of Capital Bank with 26 counts.
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