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She served as Deputy Minister of Communications under the John Dramani Mahama administration until she was fired on Friday, 8 November 2013 due to an audio recording purported to be hers.
An audio tape of the former Deputy Minister was heard telling an unnamed friend that she won't quit politics until she has made at least one million US Dollars (US $1m). The conversation also made mentions of other public officials and politicians linked to all kinds of corrupt practice.
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- Victoria Hammah fired, Ghanaweb, accessed 10 November 2013
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- Ghana's Victoria Hammah sacked over $1m claim, BBC News, 8 November 2013
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