President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has granted approval to the Ministry to engage the TAV Summa consortium from Turkey to partner with the management of Ghana Airports Company Limited.
The Ministry of Aviation, on March 18, this year, wrote to the President, requesting approval to facilitate the engagement of a strategic partner for the GACL to improve service delivery and expand infrastructure at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
A March 24, 2020 letter in response to the request, signed the Secretary to the President, Nana Bediatuo Asante, said: “The President has granted Executive approval for the Ministry of Aviation to facilitate the engagement of TAV-SUMMA Consortium as strategic partners to the Ghana Airports Company Limited for the improvement of service delivery and expansion of infrastructure.”
Letter to board
The Minister of Aviation, in another letter, asked the Chairman of the GACL to kick-start the process of engagement with the TAV-SUMMA Consortium to pave the way for the Strategic Partnership Agreement, while ensuring “a win-win situation for both parties”.
The letter, dated June 5, this year, and copied to the acting Chief Director of the ministry and the Managing Director of the GACL, said: “It is our expectation that the strategic partnership will come along with several other benefits to the GACL and also project the image of the company on the global stage.”
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