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Govt committed to transparent bid process for Saglemi Housing project- Oppong Nkrumah

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The government has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring a transparent process in selecting a private developer to complete the abandoned Saglemi Housing project.

According to the Minister for Works and Housing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, about ten international and local companies have shown interest in bidding for the project on July 8. Once the bids are submitted, they will be reviewed by an independent evaluation entity. This entity is responsible for preparing a report, based on which the final decision on selecting one of the bidders will be made.
He provided an update on the government’s efforts to revive the Saglemi housing project during an interaction with journalists.

“The government of Ghana is going through an open and transparent process to get a developer to complete the Saglemi site. We are clear in our minds that we are doing everything above board and in accordance with the law. We expect that whoever is putting in the bid is also going to do the same, and in the end, it should be able to stand the scrutiny of time. We have committed that every single bid that we receive will eventually be published.

“We will also publish the evaluation report so that you can see for yourself how the various bids were evaluated. We will publish the decision document, and we will publish the final contract. So, everything is being done above board, and everybody can have confidence that it will stand the test of time.”

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