The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has dropped the case against former President John Mahama’s brother, Ibrahim Mahama.
SSNIT hauled Mahama to court over alleged non-payment of social security contributions (Gh¢1 million) of his staff at Engineers and Planners (E&P).
Mr. Mahama was in court in person on Saturday, May 13, 2017 and was made to enter his plea.
His lawyers argued that “as at 28th April 2017, E&P had made a total payment of over GHc 2 million (GHc2,723,212.36) in full satisfaction of all outstanding arrears and penalties”.
Following the submissions, lawyers of SSNIT dropped the case since the main reason for dragging Mr. Mahama to court had been settled.
The case was therefore dismissed by the Accra District court.