Nana Akomea, the Director of Communications of the New Patriotic Party has provided evidence to buttress Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia's claim that the National Democratic Congress earmarked $14 million towards the construction of a new vice presidential villa.
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The NDC government had denied remarks by the Vice President that the project, started under the erstwhile John Mahama administration, cost of $13.9 million.
Former presidential staff Clement Apaak suggested that the total cost of the project was $5.9 million, far lower than what had been put out by Dr Bawumia.
However, with the document provided by Nana Akomea on Saturday, the pendulum of truth seems to swing NPP's way.
The NPP stalwart was speaking on Accra-based TV station, Joy FM, when he presented what seems to be copies of the Architectural and Engineering Services Limited (AESL) files.
The AESL is an agency of state that provides Consultancy Services on all projects being executed.
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Nana Akomea noted that the NDC as a corporate entity will face an embarrassing fall if it went into a contest of integrity and credibility with Dr Bawumia.
The document dated January 2016 is titled "Consultancy services for the administration and supervision of construction works for the official residence for the vice president of the republic of Ghana."
Per the document the total cost of the project is $13,968,252.66 which will cover the cost of stone facing works, hard wood panel doors, external electrification works, sculpture and emblems.
The document also has pictures of some parts of the building still under construction.
The same documents also point to an indication that $8,179,138.95 has been spent already with an outstanding amount of $5,789,113.71 left to be paid for the completion of the project.