On Tuesday, the High Court convicted former Director General of the National Communications Authority (NCA), William Tetteh Tevie and two others for causing financial loss to the state.
Mr Tetteh Tevie was handed a six-year jail term by the Court.
Also, Eugene Baffoe-Bonnie, the former Board Chairman of the Authority was jailed for six years.
Another suspect in the case, Salifu Osman, a former National Security representative coordinator was slapped with a five-year jail term.
Justice Eric Kyei Baffour found them guilty of causing $4 million financial loss to the state.
One other accused person, a businessman was, however, acquitted and discharged.