Gov’t Used My Money – Woyome


check Alfred Agbesi Woyome yesterday claimed that the Government of Ghana, after refusing to give him the right to build the stadia for the Confederation of Africa Nations (CAN 2008) football tournament, later used funds he and his consortium arranged with Merchant Bank to build the Accra and the Kumasi Sports Stadia.

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He said Dr. Kofi Amoah, in the course of their meeting, asked him to wait for a while; and it was later that he (Woyome) learned that the LOC Chairman had asked Shangai Group – which was initially not part of the bidders – to be included days after the bid had closed.

The case has been adjourned to May 29, 2014.

Woyome had told the court at the last hearing that he pre-financed activities of the Local Organizing Committee of the CAN 2008, chaired by OB Amoah, and was asked to meet Dr. Amoah.

The accused claimed that he paid $500,000 on the orders of then Chief of Staff, Kwadwo Mpiani, as initial funding for the projects.

According to him, he pre-financed the feasibility studies, environmental impact assessment and architectural drawings of facilities needed for the CAN 2008 tournament.

Mr. Woyome said he contracted a foreign company called PMP Legacy Company in England to develop feasibility studies for the entire projects of CAN 2008.

He explained that funding arrangements for the CAN 2008 were expected to be sourced from some barrels of oil which he convinced the Libyan government to support Ghana with.