In Ghana, Ex President Mahama’s authorisation to purchase a fleet of 43 armoured cars eight days to his government’s demise. The B6 armoured vehicles are capable of firing rounds of ammunition and are designed to withstand the effects of a hand grenade.
Questions have been raised about the motive behind the NDC government order for the specialised vehicles a few days to handing over.
Was the deal captured in the handing over reports of the Transition team?, was procurement laws infringed? or was it some ‘attempt to give somebody business just to make some profit?”
Ghanaians want to know…