- E&P was rumored to have been indebted to the Ghana Airports Company
- The Ghana Airports Company has written a letter stating that the E&P is actually not indebted to it
The Ghana Airports Company Limited has written a letter to Engineers & Planners Company Limited categorically refuted reports stating that the company is indebted to the airport managing company.
Over the last few days several reports have arisen stating that the Engineers & Planners, a company owned by Ibrahim Mahama, is heavily indebted to the Ghana Airports Company Limited to the tune of GHC 8 million.
It appears that following the reports the company made certain enquiries regarding their status with the airport managing company. In response, the Ghana Airport Company has written a letter in response categorically stating that the construction company is not indebted to the Ghana Airports Company Limited.
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According to the letter dated May 5th and signed by J Okwesie Arthur, Deputy Managing Director (F & GS) of Ghana Airport Company, Engineers and Planners Company Limited is not indebted to the Ghana Airports Company as of May 5th, 2017.
Over the last month Mr. Ibrahim Mahama, brother to Ghana’s former president John Dramani Mahama, has consecutively made the headlines due to a debt he owed the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).
According to reports, Mr. Ibrahim Mahama allegedly owed the GRA GHC 12 million unpaid import duty charges. Reports had it that the businessman paid the debts using dud checks.
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