Mr. Frank Mante, CE for PPA upon request on scrutiny into the national cathedral and works around the cathedral has shocked people with the amount of information they have given to the public. There have been rants about the cathedral and it seems this will not end anytime soon.
What surprises Ghanaians most is how government is refusing to tell them the truth about the ongoing projects and how they are handling them when the monies belong to the tax payers.
In a post made by Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa this evening, his request on procurement documents regarding the national cathedral from the PPA has revealed that there is no record of a company called RIBADE building the cathedral.
This might be shocking to many knowing that the PPA should have some knowledge about this but sadly do not. According to them, there are no records of this company building the cathedral which is estimated to demand a total of 400 million dollars. The details have finally been obtained in this fresh scandal and can be seen below.
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