AFAG Orders Gov't To Punish All Implicated In Controversial Bus Re-Branding Deal

AFAG Orders Gov't To Punish All Implicated In Controversial Bus Re-Branding Deal

Pressure group, Alliance for Acountable Governance (AFAG) reveals that government would have to provide satisfactory explanation over the controversial GH₵ 3.6 million bus rebranding deal with the local management company, Smartty's.

The pressure group in a statement to government is requesting for explanations over the mode of payment, terms of contract and also documentation in that regard.

Meanwhile the pressure group has stated that although the scandal may have seen the resignation of the transport mister, Dzifa Attivor, government would have to go the extra mile to severely prosecute all responsible for  the payment.

Despite her resignation, Dzifa Attivor is likely to head for the courts to defend her innocence following the suit she was served together with the attorney general, Marietta Brew Oppong.

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