Ranking member on energy commitee in parliament Honorabe John Jinapor disclosed to Joynews correspondent Opoku Gakpo that far away London based court has found government of Ghana guilty of charges brought against them.
He explained that a firm known as Ghana Power Generation Company sued in far away London tfor terminating their contract. According to John Jinapor, after scrutiny of the case, Government of Ghana was guilty of the charges.
In awarding of damages, the state was commanded to pay a shopping amount of US$170 million. John Jinapor feels so sorry about the development. He have the strong belief that, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo's government did not consider some factors like this before terminating the appointment or contract of Ghana Power Generation Company ( GPGC).
John Jinapor advised the state to be very careful when terminating a contract. This is because it could come back to haunt the country in the form of Judgement debt.
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