The Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) is currently investigating five officials of SSNIT for their alleged involvement in the acquisition of a 66 million dollar software.
Reports say the software was to network all branches of SSNIT across the country to enable them receive real time data directly to the headquarters in Accra to enhance efficiency.
However, the current SSNIT leadership at a media interaction on Tuesday criticized the move. The Board of SSNIT has since engaged the services of an audit firm, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) to audit the transaction.
So what do SSNIT contributors make of the purchase of the software which many have described as exorbitant and overly inflated? Primenewsghana interacted with the public.
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