The government of Ghana has taken delivery of 200
Toyata Corollas for the Ghana Police Service as part of efforts to equip the security agency.
It would be
The Akufo-Addo government inherited that contract from the Mahama administration, which ordered the bullet-proof cars at a cost of $9.1 million on 3 January 2017, just days before handing over power to the Akufo-Addo government which won the 2016 polls.
At that press conference last year, Dr Abdul-Hamid said: “I hereby report to the Ghanaian people, through you, that government has accepted the VIP fleet, having come to the conclusion that: 1. Government is bound by the terms of the contract signed with Amalgamated Securities Limited.
“2. Abrogating the contract may incur significant liabilities for
He said: “We have renegotiated the terms of the contract in the following manner: 1. We have reduced the number of vehicles ordered from 43 to 34, which is nine short of the original number. 2. In place of the nine, we have acquired 100 Toyota Corolla cars for use by the Police Service in line with our commitment to retool the Police Service to enable them