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MAHAMA NOW INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATOR OF CONTRACTS?

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Abotsi
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2013-11-01 17:59:07


it is uncommon and rare for a whole president to travel abroad minus his sector minister to sign and seal agreement with companies. not even a single legal rep from the AG office was among his entourage, silians will recall i raised the same issue here when he singlehandedly, sealed an agreement with Delta airline.

I can smell something fishy knowing very well the president's lack of interest or his lackadaisical attitude towards corrupts officials in his govt.

i hope others are also following this crazy development !!

General News of Friday, 1 November 2013 Source: GNA Mahama negotiates buses for MMT, STC

http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=290580&mode=enlarge

John Mahama on Thursday held discussions with the senior management of the Scania Group, a Swedish automobile company, for the supply of public transport buses to the Intercity STC and the Metro Mass Transit Companies.

The discussions took place during a visit to the company, as part of the President’s activities while in Sweden to attend the mid-term review meeting of the GAVI Alliance.

This was contained in a statement from the Flagstaff House Communication Bureau and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra.

According to the statement, the meeting was arranged by the Swedish Government through their Ministries of Enterprises and Foreign Affairs, to afford the president an opportunity to assess the various range of Scania public transport buses available, and discuss the country’s requirements.

The president told the company’s officials that as government begins the implementation of a rapid bus transport system, it also intends to deploy a lot of public transport buses for intra city commuting to utilize the bus lanes while making it possible for commuters to park and board buses from the outskirts of the major cities into the Central Business.

[This is an authentic posting from Abotsi (Registered User)]
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