$1.5bn was spent on new roads and upgrades between 2012-18 © Thomas Imo/Photothek/Getty Images
$1.5bn was spent on new roads and upgrades between 2012-18 © Thomas Imo/Photothek/Getty Images

Ghana Highway Authority told to pay contractors within 56 days

27 February 2020

Ghana’s auditor general has ordered the Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) to immediately improve its handling of interim payments after delays led to soaring project costs.

The auditor general ordered the GHA to immediately institute and implement a policy whereby interim payment certificates (IPCs) are paid within 56 days.

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