STC Workers Threaten To Lynch MD


buy sildenafil viagra A massive demonstration is looming at the State Transport Company (STC), against the Managing Director, Charles Thompson, with the angry workers threatening to lynch him, if he dares to set foot at the company’s premises again.

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Even before Mrs. Turckson could fully assume her position, workers are accusing her of blowing over ¢200 million of the company’s cash to purchase CCTV cameras only, despite the company’s financial crisis.

The money was said to be part of ¢600 million parking fee given to the STC by mobile telecommunication company, MTN as parking fee for using the STC Yard at Keneshie.

The CCTV cameras, were procured by Delta Unique Limited. It is unclear if Mrs. Turckson, followed procurement rules, as workers told The Herald that they were unaware of buying of the devices.

Again, Mrs. Turkson, one Emmanuel Quartey, Head of Audit, also from SSNIT, together with Elijah Nimfah, a Management Accountant, recently travelled to Cote D’ Ivoire at the expense of the company in search of money to refund the worker’s over ¢9 billion Provident Fund, but returned with nothing, yet grabbed huge traveling allowances.

Mrs. Turckson, went to Cote D’ Ivoire via aircraft, whilst the two, Mr. Nimfah and Mr. Quartey, went by road’ all at the expense of the crawling state transport company.

Meanwhile, Acting Head of Administration/Human Resource, Dorkey Issac and the Estate Manager, Raymond Dery were also said to have illegally recently went to some STC offices outside Accra and pocketed allowances far in excess of the days they spent on the trip. The Herald was told that there were places they never visited, yet collected money for being in those outstations.

They were said to have approved and collected allowances for three nights, instead of just a night. They claimed they had been to Cape Coast, Takoradi and Tarkwa. But some of the towns, The Herald was told, the three only got town from their vehicle to sign documents for the allowances.
Documents regarding the approval of the said illegal allowances, which has the signature of Mr. Dorkey, himself as Head of Administration/Human Resource are currently in the custody of The Herald.

This paper is also closely investigating dubious deals, involving a former Station Manager at Abidjan, Cote D’ Ivoire and current Head of Operations at STC, Victor Anane Frimpong, which has led to millions of CFA francs and a brand new Toyota Camry, belonging to the state transport company, missing.

More To Come!!