Former Transport Minister, Dzifa Attivor, is fiercely denying reports that she was denied a visa to the United Kingdom (UK).
There has been reports making the rounds that the former transport minister's plans to resettle in the UK was dashed by the UK high commission but personal assistant to Dzifa Attivor, Egypt Kobla Kudoto, is asking the public to disregard such reports.
“I would want to put on record that my boss has never applied for Visa from the UK High Commission here in Accra since she left office in December 2015. The story is the work of faceless people who are very determined to damage the reputation of the former Minister. The last time Madam Attivor traveled to the United Kingdom was in November 2014, when she led a delegation from Ghana to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) meeting,” he stated.
Madam Attivor recently received a wave of bashing for some comments she made on a campaign platform calling on residents of the Volta Region to ensure they vote massively to retain the NDC in office, else an NPP government will jail a number of NDC members. She also resigned after a controversial bus branding deal in which the contractors were overpaid.