Npp Charges Mahama to Break Silence on Airbus Scandals
The New Patriotic Party (NPP ) has charged the Former President of the Republic of Ghana to come break silence to clear the air as the unfolding scandals surrounding the purchasing of the Airbus under his leadership lingers.
In a statement signed by the National Communications Director, Yaw Boabeng Asamoah, he said, the NPP share a grave concern that a former Attorney General, Hon. Mariette Brew Oppong chose to allowed herself to be used in a matter that is virtually beyond salvation.
The matter at hand, is the judgement against Airbus SE, Europe’s largest aerospace multinational. The orgaisation has confessed to a high court in London of paying large bribes in order to secure contracts in several countries including Ghana between 2011 and 2015, he added.
He said, the face of the evidence provided appears to be no other than the former President John Dramani Mahama, now the flag bearer of the NDC for the 2020 General Elections.
He however asked Former President Mahama to test himself if he fit for a purpose.
Source: Gordon Desmond Sackitey