Chief Of Staff Orders Attorney General To Investigate Controversial Gh¢3.6Mil Metro Mass Rebranding

Chief Of Staff Orders Attorney General To Investigate Controversial Gh¢3.6Mil Metro Mass Rebranding

Following the controversial spraying and re-branding of 116 Metro Mass Transit Buses, the Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah has ordered for the Attorney General, Marrietta Brew Appiah-Oppong to review the said contract which has costed government Gh¢3.6 million.In a letter dated December 17, 2015 Julius Debrah directed the attorney general to further investigate the matter to ensure due process was followed.

Meanwhile the minority has called for a probe into the matter but the Majority has defended the cost, saying it is justifiable as further investigations show the contract was paid through the use of funds from the nation's oil revenue.

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