Dr. Edward Nasigri Mahama Presidential Candidate of the People’s National Convention-PNC says he will review the existing Public Procurement Law if he is elected president.

He  said this when he took his turn at the Institute for Economic Governance (IEA) Forum, ‘Evening Encounter with the Presidential Candidate’, Tuesday evening.

2016’s will be Dr. Edward Mahama’s fifth election campaign.

Recognizing that corruption has assumed a national discussion, Dr. Mahama stressed steps he would take to tackle the problem head-on.

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He said the Public Procurement Law which had been abused by politicians and other public officers would be reviewed to exact tighter controls on the public procurement system.

“Sole-sourcing which is only supposed be done under very limited circumstances, has rather become the order of the day, ensuring that contracts are given to kin, cronies, and political bank-rollers. This will change under a PNC government”, Dr. Mahama said.

He added that he will decouple the Attorney-General’s department from the Ministry of Justice.

“I will decouple the Attorney-General from the Ministry of Justice and give the Prosecutor General powers to prosecute corrupt officials,” he stated.