The Ministry of Works and Housing has debunked the allegation of sale of Justice Marful-Sau official residence.

This follows allegation by Mr. Kennedy Agyapong that there was a collusion between a former Chief Justice and the sector Minister to sell the official residence of the late Justice Samuel Marful-Sau.

But in a statement, the Ministry of Works and Housing disagrees adding that residence is under the Government Redevelopment Programme (GRP).   

“The Ministry strongly refutes the allegation and states that there has been no such sale of the property. The facts are that the current development taking place at the official residence of the late Justice Marful-Sau forms part of the Government Redevelopment Programme (GRP).

“For the avoidance of doubt, the said land has not been sold as it is mischievously been alleged and remains the property of the State. The GRP is rather a cost-effective undertaking which ultimately gives optimal benefit and ensures efficient use of government lands,” the Public Relations Unit explained. 

Attached below is the full statement

Source: Ghana/