Minority members in Parliament are demanding the details of the sale of the Komenda Sugar Factory.
According to the group, the government is deliberately running down the company to reduce its value.
The government has announced a strategic investor willing to invest 28 million dollars in the factory commissioned by former president John Mahama in 2016.
Speaking to the media, Deputy Ranking Member on Committee on Trade and Industry, Yusif Sulemana, said the factory could have been revived long before now.
He said the government’s posture on the factory is very disappointing.