Checks by saltfmonline indicate that, no work has been done at the new office complex given to the special prosecutor.
Government in mid October provided a bigger office space for the office of the Special Prosecutor after several complains by the special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu that since assuming office in February 2018, he has been unable to effectively deliver due to lack of resources which includes a large office space.
The new office block allocated to him is a property of the Parliament of Ghana and adjacent the International Press Centre on the Gamel Abdul Nasser Avenue at Ridge.
One would think after three weeks of allocating the office, renovation works would have started but that is not the case.
According to a resident who spoke on the basis of anonymity, three weeks ago, a contractor visited the building late in the night with gravels and sand but failed to return after digging pits intended for the foundation of the office walls.
The resident who is also a staff of Parliament of Ghana also indicated the contractor did not hold any letter which permitted him to work on the property and that they had not received any official communique from parliament that the said structure has been allocated to someone.