The Savannah Regional Minister, Saeed Muhazu Jibril out of anger vows and threatens to terminate road construction contract awarded to brother of the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama who goes by the name Edward Mahama.
He said this speaking at a press conference.
According the minister, they signed an awarded contract for the construction of the Daboya Road to Mahama's brother which he insisted to have completed the road over the minute but it seems he is failing to comply with the contract terms and for that reason, he is on the verge to inform Edward Mahama to return to site.
He highlighted that, Edward Mahama left the road uncompleted after NPP came into power, meanwhile, they have made all the necessary payment for the contract and for that reason has failed to appear on site to finish up with the road construction. He also added that, if Edward Mahama still fails to appear on the site, ironically, then he can boldly say, he is doing that in the interest of his brother John Mahama.
He there for urges Edward Mahama to return to site to run up with the completion of the construction of the Daboya road, failing to do so is tantamount to the termination of the contract.
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