Kofi Bentil warns of looming $55 million judgment debt over traffic management

Senior Vice President of IMANI Ghana, Kofi Bentil has revealed that a $55 million judgment debt will soon hit the country.

Kofi Bentil says this has been “needlessly caused over traffic management.”

“Ghana your beloved country is about to be hit with a $55 million judgment debt, needlessly caused over traffic management,” Mr. Bentil wrote in a Facebook post.

Former Roads and Highways Minister Inusah Fuseini in November last year cautioned against a looming payment of judgment debt by the Government of Ghana if Parliament re-endorses a traffic management project already ratified two years ago.

“The project that is being implemented is coming back to Parliament and if even we allow them to go ahead, you can be rest assured that what they are going to do will be a candidate for judgement debt,” the former legislator said.

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