The Economic and Organised Crime Office has recovered ¢27.55 million crime proceeds for the state in the last 10 months. 

This, according to the Organisation, is “far in excess of the average ¢5 million collected in previous years.”

EOCO made this known in a Facebook post on Monday, November 29.

According to the post, EOCO’s Executive Director, COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah has assured of more recoveries for the state.

EOCO recovers over ¢27m crime monies in 10 months
COP Tiwaa Addo-Danquah

It added that COP Maame Addo-Danquah has also expressed her gratitude to her team and urged them on. 

COP Addo-Danquah thus assured the citizenry  that “EOCO will also improve on its recovery rates, run sensitisation programmes on cybercrime and gaming and will extend its outreach programmes to markets, far-flung communities and religious institutions in the coming days.”

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