Next NDC gov’t will probe PDS scandal – Mahama assures Ghanaians

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Former president John  Dramani Mahama has stated that it is “disheartening to learn that the $190 million we negotiated for private sector participation in electricity distribution under the US Millennium Compact has been lost due to Nana Addo and Bawumia’s corrupt, ‘yenkyendi’, and cronyistic governance practices.”

“As a people, we deserve better,” the leader of the main opposition National Democratic Congress stated on Facebook. “This is unacceptable.”

He said: “As I gear up to assume the presidency in January 2025, thanks to your votes and endorsement in this year’s election, I want to assure you that I will work diligently to enhance private sector efficiency in the electricity distribution system, including metering, revenue management, and fault response”.

Mr Mahama promised that his new administration will “prioritise accountability and ensure a thorough investigation of the PDS scandal to hold those involved accountable”.

Mr Mahama added: “We can work together to build a brighter future for Ghana’s power sector that benefits citizens and businesses”.

“Let’s stand together, fight against corruption and cronyism, and work towards building the Ghana we want”.

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