The Attorney General has been directed to provide Dr Kwabeba Duffuor and a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana Dr Johnson Asiama, all the evidence they will rely on in prosecuting their case involving the collapse of indigenous bank, uniBank.
The High Court in Accra gave the order on Thursday May 21.
The two are facing charges following their alleged role in the collapse of uniBank that belonged to Dr Duffuor.
Dr. Duffuor was been charged with money laundering and dishonestly receiving, while Dr. Asiama, a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, has been charged with willfully causing financial loss to the state.
The State has accused Dr. Duffuor, who was also a shareholder of uniBank of using the HODA Group, to take money from the bank and “dishonestly” transferring the money which was depositors’ funds.