US-Based Ghanaian Journalist, Kelvin Taylor Has Dropped Documents Which Shows $45 Million Contract Awarded To NPP’s Chairman Wontumi By Cocobod
US-based Ghanaian journalist, Kelvin Taylor has dropped a few documents which show a $45 million contract awarded to NPP’s Bernard Antwi-Bosiako otherwise known as Chairman Wontumi by Cocobod.
Per the documents delivered by Kelvin Taylor, Chairman Wontumi enrolled the designing organization, Hallmark Civil Engineering which won the contract 2 years prior, and it proposes that the figure has been enlarged to build a 20 km street.
Substance of this record claim the street isn’t a black-top street. This makes it as costly as $2 million dollars for each kilometer. An official letter from Cocobod dated, November 20, 2020 is named; “Restoration of streets in cocoa-developing zones – Construction of Dadieso-Akontombra street (KM 4.00 – 26.30) Awaso-Asawinso (Bibiani Jn) Western North.
The supposed authority letter evaluated the contract at US$ 45,199,526.96 for a time of two years. It further teaches Chairman Wontumi to as an issue of criticalness sign a Performance Bond/Security for 10% of the contract cost gave by a legitimate bank inside 21 days or danger losing the contract out and out.
A duplicate of the letter from Cocobod
Should these charges turn out evident, Cocobod will have a great deal of inquiries to reply. This is particularly when Chairman Wontumi’s designing organization was set up just 2 years back – consequently deficient with regards to the required insight to set out on such a venture.
There’s additionally the point of partiality and clear overpricing considering the way that the street has not been asphalted.