February 26, 2019
The former deputy Minister for Power during the erstwhile John Mahama government, John Jinapor has expressed worry that happenings at Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) suggest that Ghana’s petrochemical industry is not safe under the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration.

According to him if ”previous allegations and investigations are anything to go by, then any discerning Ghanaian can come to a firm conclusion that the Akufo-Addo led administration cannot be trusted to conduct any transparent, unbiased and meaningful investigation into these scandalous and corruption-laden spectacle that has engulfed the GNPC”.

Mr Jinapor who is the Member of Parliament for the Yapei-Kusawwgu constituency in the Northern region in a statement issued in Accra is demanding a bi-partisan Parliamentary investigation into happenings at GNPC in order to establish the truth.

…“the only acceptable antidote to this canker of yet another national disgrace, this time at the GNPC, is for a bi-partisan Parliamentary enquiry to determine the underlying cause(s) of all these scandalous allegations and make appropriate recommendations in order to save the GNPC from collapse” he stated.

Christian Kpesese/ ghanamps.com