The appointment of the Managing Director of the Ghana Airport Company Limited, Mr Yaw Kwakwa has been terminated in line with the orders of President Akufo-Addo.
Transport Minister, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah in a letter addressed to the Board Chairman of the Ghana Airport Company stated that “in this regard, kindly take the necessary steps to give effect to the directive. I count on your cooperation.”
Mr. Kwakwa was briefing the press at the McDan terminal during a tour by the members of the Transport Committee of Parliament who were inspecting the facility when the news came in.
Professor Baffour Agyeman Duah, a governance expert has indicated that if the purported will of the former Chief Executive Officer of the forestry commission is true, then it raises questions about how asset declarations of public office holders are carried out in the country. Prof Agyemang-Duah noted that the law
Let not judge government for the Achimota Forest decision until we get explanations – Inusah Fuseini
Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, a former Lands and Natural Resources Minister is demanding an explanation from the government on the reason behind its decision to increase the acreage of the Achimota Forest land ceded to the Owoo family. According to him, the erstwhile NDC government completed an agreement and duly handed
The government has started nationwide stakeholder engagement as it gears up to launch the much-touted YOU START program. These engagements, the government explains form part of measures being rolled out to ensure that Ghanaians are sensitized about the YOU START programme and have the necessary support and acceptance by Ghanaians
Though the reason for the dismissal was not stated in the letter, it is suspected to be as a result of the current McDan aviation tussle.
McDan Aviation announced had the suspension of its private jet operations at Terminal 1 of the Kotoka International Airport to enable the management of the company to hold talks with the Ghana Airport Company Limited over contentions regarding operational procedures.
This was after the GACL, in a letter dated 31st January 2022 prevented McDan Aviation from operating its private jet services at the Terminal 1 of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).