Minister of Transport Dzifa Attivor has resigned over the controversial GHC 3.6m bus re-branding contract.
A statement signed by the Minister’s Assistant, Egypt Kobla Kudoto, confirmed Dzifa Attivor’s resignation Wednesday.
“Hon. Mrs. Dzifa Attivor, Minister of Transport wishes to inform the good people of Ghana that , as the Minister with oversight responsibility for the activities of the Metro Mass Transit (MMT),” the letter said.
The letter adds: “She has tendered in her resignation as Minister due to the current issues surrounding the branding of the 116 buses.
“She further wants to take the opportunity to thank her party for the opportunity offered her to serve, first as a Deputy Minister of Transport under the late John Evans Atta Mills, and later as the Substantive Minister."
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