AG, Transport Minister Sued Over Controversial Bus Branding Deal

AG, Transport Minister Sued Over Controversial Bus Branding Deal

Attorney General, Marrieta Brew Appiah-Oppong and minister of transport, Dzifa Attivor have been sued by some private citizens over the controversial 3.6 million Ghana cedis bus branding contract as both ministers are being requested to make a full disclosure on the contract.

The suit which was filed at the High Court further requests that both ministers provide further particulars on all documents related to the branding of the over 100 buses.

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The suit follows earlier media reports indicating that a  cabinet minister explained that the exorbitant cost involved in re-branding the Metro Mass Transport (MMT) buses was mainly due to  “artistic and artistic work tends to be very expensive”.

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In the meantime, the chief of staff, Julius Debrah has ordered the attorney general to investigate the deal which has sparked much public outcry as former presidents Jerry John Rawlings and John Agyekum Kuffuor are also under pressure from pressure groups to have their images taken off the branded buses.

Below Is The Suit

AG, Transport Minister Sued Over Controversial Bus Branding Deal

AG, Transport Minister Sued Over Controversial Bus Branding Deal

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