PDS saga: NDC demands immediate resignation of Ofori Atta and Peter Amewu

Source The Ghana Report/Gloria Kafui Ahiable

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is demanding the immediate resignation of the Finance and Energy Minister and the prosecution of all officials who played a major role in the Power Distribution Service Saga.

At a press briefing Monday morning, the NDC’s General Secretary,  Johnson Asiedu Nketia argued that the above demands is one of the surest way of solving the PDS saga.

The General Secretary insists that the Akufo-Addo led administration has failed the nation and proven to be undeserving of the critical mandate entrusted to them by Ghanaians.

“They have proven to be lackeys in the service of a greedy cabal of family and friends hell bent on appropriating a critical national asset like ECG. Ghana deserves better, ” the General Secretary stressed.

It further noted that an immediate forensic audit of the accounts of PDS by an internationally reputable Audit firm, and the total refund of all monies which have accrued to or been collected by the company since 1st March 2019 when they took over the Power Distribution Business of ECG.

It reiterated the need to completely abandon the idea of engaging in the proposed restrictive tender process for the selection of a new concessionaire.

According to them, it is imperative that these urgent actions be taken to bring clarity to this matter.

The NDC is assuring the general public that it would be relentless in its demand for probity and accountability from the Akufo-Addo government and protect the assets of ECG in the interest of Ghanaians.

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