Occupy Ghana reveals another secret GH¢35 million deal between gov't and Woyome

Occupy Ghana reveals another secret GH¢35 million deal between gov't and Woyome

Anti-corruption pressure group, OccupyGhana is alleging that government has secretly awarded embattled businessman yet another controversial contract worth GH¢ 35 million.

Occupy Ghana reveals secret 35 million deal between Woyome and gov't

Occupy Ghana reveals secret 35 million deal between Woyome and gov't

The pressure group hints that the said contract was signed in 2015 between the transport ministry under a resigned minister Dzifa Attivor and one Anator Holdings, a company owned by Woyome.

"Did the President know that Dzifa Attivor was entering into this contract on our behalf, and if so, did he do anything to stop it? Did the President know about the Cabinet approval? We demand from the Government and GPHA evidence that all proper statutory and procurement approvals were duly obtained in entering into these agreements and memoranda with Woyome," Occupy Ghana insists.

The allegation follows an unexpected turnout of the court case for Woyome where the Supreme court has agreed fro the former attorney general, Martin Amidu, to cross examine him in court over the GH¢ 51 million judgement debt obtained him in 2010.

Occupy Ghana reveals another secret GH¢35 million deal between gov't and Woyome

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