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Agenda 111: South Dayi MP sues govt over procurement breaches

Agenda 111: South Dayi MP sues govt over procurement breaches

South Dayi MP Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor has dragged Government of Ghana to court over sole-sourcing contract for the building plan of President Akufo-Addo’s Agenda 111 districts hospital projects across the country.

The South Dayi MP is troubled the president Akufo-Addo sole-sourced the structural works to Adjaye and Associates belonging to the Ghanaian-British Engineer Sir David Adjaye.

The MP additionally has issues with the public authority’s choice to rope in iRisk Management Limited and Enterprise Insurance as the insurance firm to provide insurance for the venture.

He is, along these lines, asking the court to pronounce the agreements as invalid and void, cancel already awarded contract and furthermore request a direct a new procurement arrangements.

Lawyer Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor, in his writ, expressed that “never was there an open call for offers from different individuals from the Chartered Institute of Architects, regardless of conveying declarations for cutthroat offers.”

He contended that “sensible options exist and such comparable compositional organizations ought to have been offered the chance to offer and submit tenders to chip away at Agenda 111 to give rivalry and worth to cash.”

Additionally, he noticed that the way wherein the President Akufo-Addo’s Administration contracted iRisk Management Limited and Enterprise Insurance couldn’t be supposed to be under the confined procurement arrangements, as, in his view, it didn’t fulfill the conditions and necessities gave under Section 38 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663).

Dafeamekpor noted that”the requirement for a selecting financier firm and an insurance firm to the Agenda 111 undertaking, couldn’t be delegated an ‘critical requirement for administrations’ and, accordingly, couldn’t frame a reason for sole-sourcing.”

Likewise, he said “the disappointment of the litigant to report and call for solicitations to offer for the protection of financier contract and the insurance firm comprises a break of Article 36(2)(b) of the 1992 Constitution.”

Peruse the reliefs beneath:

1. A revelation that the Defendant’s inability to grant the agreement for the plan of the medical health facilities shaping the Agenda 111 by cutthroat offering was unlawful and in spite of Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act,2003 (Act 663).

2. A presentation that the Defendant’s inability to grant the agreement for the plan of the health facilities framing the Agenda 111 by cutthroat offering was unlawful and as opposed to Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act,2003 (Act 663).

3. A revelation that the disappointment of the Defendant to follow the set down methodology gave under Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003, Act 663 when it granted the agreement to Adjaye and Associates is in negation of Article 36(2)(c) of the 1992 Constitution.

4. A request guided at the Government of Ghana to end the structure configuration contract with Adjaye and Associates.

5. A request guiding the Defendant to participate in a serious two-stage offering acquisition measure to grant the agreement as given under Sections 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663).

6. A request that the Thirty-Six million Ghana Cedis (GHC36,000,000.00) progressed to Adjaye and Associates as installment for consultancy charges for the plan, Project the executives and coordination under the structure configuration contract be discounted to the State.

7. A revelation that the Defendant’s inability to grant the agreement for the protection business of the Agenda 111 venture by aggressive offering was unlawful and as opposed to Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act,2003 (Act 663).

8. An announcement that the disappointment of the Defendant to agree with the set down method gave under Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003, Act 663 when it granted the protection financier agreement to iRisk Management Limited delivers the honor invalid, void and of no impact.

9. A statement that the disappointment of the Defendant to consent to the set down strategy gave under Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003, Act 663 when it granted the protection financier agreement to iRisk Management Limited is in contradiction of Article 36(2)(c) of the 1992 Constitution.

10. A request guided at the Government of Ghana to end the protection financier contract with iRisk Management Limited. 11. A request guiding the Government of Ghana to take part in a cutthroat two[1]stage offering acquirement measure to grant the protection financier contract as given under Sections 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663).

12. A request that all cash progressed to iRisk Management Limited as installment for charges under the protection business contract be discounted to the State.

13. A request guiding the Defendant to charge and arraign the Minister of Health and all authorities associated with the unlawful honor of the protection financier agreement to iRisk Management Limited for making monetary misfortune the State under Section 179A of the Criminal Offenses Act, 1960, Act 29.

14. An announcement that the Defendant’s inability to grant the protection agreement of the Agenda 111 venture by cutthroat offering was unlawful and in opposition to Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act,2003 (Act 663). 15. A statement that the disappointment of the Defendant to follow the set down strategy gave under Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003, Act 663 when it granted the protection agreement to Enterprise extra security Company delivers the honor invalid, void and of no impact.

16. An affirmation that the disappointment of the Defendant to conform to the set down system gave under Section 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003, Act 663 when it granted the protection agreement to Enterprise Life Insurance Company is in contradiction of Article 36(2)(c) of the 1992 Constitution.

17. A request guided at the Government of Ghana to end the protection contract with Enterprise Life Insurance Company.

18. A request guiding the Government of Ghana to take part in a serious two[1]stage offering acquisition measure to grant the protection contract as given under Sections 35 and 36 of the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663). 19. A request that all funds progressed to Enterprise Life Insurance Company as installment for charges under the protection contract be discounted to the State. t. A request guiding the Defendant to charge and indict the Minister of Health and all authorities engaged with the unlawful honor of the protection agreement to Enterprise Life Insurance Company for making monetary misfortune the State under Section 179A of the Criminal Offenses Act, 1960, Act 29.

Source: africaneditors.con/African Editors

Agenda 111: South Dayi MP sues govt over sole-sourcing to Sir David Adjaye

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