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kk sarpong

  • Dear Sir,

    Congratulations on your new appointment. I'm so proud of you. I have been meaning to do this for a while now but I'm glad that matters arising made it imperative to officially write to you. This is Akua Achiaa, the young lady you counselled to opt for Petroleum engineering instead of pharmacy, nine years ago. Thanks for the timely advise. Today, I have graduated and looking back I have no regrets. Thanks for your magnanimity and the mentorship you gave me when my Godmother of blessed memory, Auntie Grace Acquah brought me to your office.

  • Other landed properties to benefit from the US$10.75 million package for landed properties include the Chapel Hill residential properties, US$0.26 million, Enpro Rehabilitation Project, US$0.34 million, ...

    THE Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is seeking parliamentary approval to spend US$65.75 million on non-petrochemical capital projects as part of its 2019 programme of activities.

  • Vice President of IMANI Africa, Mr Kofi Bentil, alleged that Dr Sarpong “and his family own Fueltrade,” one of the local partners of the Deepwater Tano / Cape Three Points (DWT/CTP) Petroleum Agreement, with a two per cent stake.

    Policy think tank, IMANI Africa, has accused the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Dr K. K. Sarpong, of engaging in a conflict of interest situation in a US$4.4 billion petroleum agreement between Ghana and Aker Energy Ghana Limited.

  • The Energy Minister said it was not true that Aker Energy had unilaterally determined in its plan of development when it would cease production without permission from the government.

    The Minister of Energy, Mr John-Peter Amewu, has disputed allegations by a senior Vice-President of IMANI, Mr Kofi Bentil, that Ghana risks suffering a revenue loss of about $4.8 billion if an agreement with Aker Energy is not renegotiated as a matter of urgency.

  • He further wants an order from the apex court for the Defendant to resign immediately from his position as CEO of the GNPC.

    A citizen of the Republic of Ghana, Mr Eric Edem Agbana has sued the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Dr Kofi Koduah Sarpong.

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