The New Patriotic Party (NPP) executives in the Ashaiman Constituency have sent a stern warning to the Ashaiman Municipal Chief Executive to desist from awarding new contracts.
The party indicates that information available to the NPP in the constituency indicates that the incumbent MCE is still signing new contracts with some stakeholders which might bind the incoming administration.
The party’s constituency secretary, Chapman Takyi Kodam addressed the press and noted that “the current management contract expired at the end of November 2016. The Chief Executive of the assembly is pushing for the renewal of the contract. He wants to give the contract to a known NDC person, our investigations revealed.”
“We advise him, as the Chief Executive Officer of the Assembly to hold on for the new MCE because it is politically incorrect to award a contract at this last hour. The renewal of contracts should be stopped until the new administration assumes the day-to-day administration of the assembly,” Mr. Kodam asserted.
He said the NPP’s checks also revealed that some land in an area called community 21 has been put for sale and some people, believed to NDC sympathizers, are rushing for the land.
Mr. Kodam advised the public to stay away from the sale of lands at community 21 and that “anybody that patronises the land will lose it when there is change of administration come 2017.
By: Delali Adogla-Bessa/citifmonline.com/Ghana