The spokesperson for the 2016 government transition team, Hannah Tetteh has denied that the government is selling assets and awarding contracts with just a few days till they fully handover to the new government.
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She stated all activities currently pursued by the outgoing government before its handover on January 7, 2017 is transparent.
Earlier this week, some members of the president-elect Nana Akufo-Addo's transition team alleged that the outgoing government was handing out new contracts and making several appointments before they hand over in January.
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A representative of Nana Addo's transition team, Yaw Osafo Maafo said that these allegations were brought before them, and asked for the government to shed light on the claims.
However, responding to the allegations, Hannah Tetteh acknowledged that there was an ongoing recruitment process in the Ghana Armed Forces, which was expected to be completed before January 7, 2017.
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"The recruitment exercise will be concluded before January 7, in which case the incoming administration will have the responsibility and have the oversight to see how the exercise is concluded. The question really is to make sure that whatever exercise takes place, takes place in a transparent manner and that if there are any concerns that the transition team wishes to raise, one would hope that it will be addressed," she added.
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On Wednesday, the transition team of the outgoing government delivered their handover notes that detailed the current state of the nation to incoming government.