Some private citizens have filed a suit against Transport Minister, Dzifa Attivor and Attorney General, Marrieta Brew Appiah-Oppong at the High Court over the controversial 3.6 million Ghana cedis bus branding contract.
They are praying the court to issue “An order directed the Honourable Minister of Transport to make full disclosure on the contract for the branding of the 116 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) buses”.
The bus branding contract has generated a lot of public debate amid suspicisons of bloated expenditure.
The 116 buses have been branded with photographs of former Heads of State and the current President John Mahama.
The Presidency has ordered the Attorney General to look into the contentious deal.
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