Fantega Company Limited has called on the general public and its customers to remain calm and continue to do business with the company since all issues it was having with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have been resolved.
The Chief Executive of the company (CEO), Nana Obokomatta, said in an interview that the company’s license which was revoked by the GRA over claims of falsifying the port of loading from India leading to undulation, has been restored.
He explained that the company is in full operation and that GRA’s investigations have exonerated the company from any wrongdoings.
Nana Obokomatta said it was established by GRA that two individuals, one Vida Deganus who is a freelance Clearing Agent and Nii Adjei Sowah, an employee of Fantega Co. Ltd. facilitated such deal without the authority of the company, which caused loss of revenue to the State.
He averred that the company had no knowledge of such a deal and was extremely enthused about the outcome of GRA’s investigations, and for reversing its decision to revoke the company’s license.
According to him the company has put structures in place to ensure that such things never happened again and stressed that the company was in business and would continue to serve clients better.
Meanwhile, GRA has banned Vida Deganus and Nii Adjei Sowah from entering all Customs areas in the country and from doing business with customers.