The vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has been accused of preventing technical officers from coming up with a value for money audit on the Sinohydro deal.
The Minority raised concerns about the absence of a value for money audit and a legal opinion before the Master Support Agreement of the Sinohydro deal was approved.
The Ranking Member on Parliament’s Road and Transport Committee, Kwami Agbodza, feels Bawumia has been obstructing value-for-money processes.
“I’m singling out the vice president as being the one who is not allowing the due process of value for money to be done and he is going ahead with the sod cutting ceremony,” he noted.
Agbodza, however, does not think these requirements are adequately being met.
“From the interaction with agencies and other things, I noticed that the quality of documents that were brought to Parliament was below par and I don’t see how colleagues and professionals at the Ministry would have supervised that level of documentation,” he added.
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