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SSNIT: Bryan Acheampong’s hotel gave the best offer for 60% share in four hotels

In a statement on Sunday (19 May), SSNIT explained that out of the six hotels, bids for Busua Beach Resort and the Trust Lodge were considered to be unsuccessful

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has said Bryan Acheampong’s Rock City Hotel offered the best, strongest technical and financial proposal for a 60% stake in four of its hotels.

According to SSNIT, six out of nine firms were shortlisted for the process after it received the bids.

The Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, in a recent post on his social media handles after a television discussion on Metro TV indicated that he has lodged a formal petition with the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to investigate allegations surrounding the sale of six hotels by the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) to the Food and Agriculture Minister, Dr Bryan Acheampong.

A statement issued by SSNIT on Sunday (19 May), explained that bids for Busua Beach Resort and the Trust Lodge were considered to be unsuccessful.

A total of nine companies responded to the advertisements by submitting proposals on the 23 March 2022 deadline. Six out of the nine were then shortlisted and issued with Request for Proposal (RFP) documents.

“The qualifying firms were invited for the opening of their financial proposals. Based on the technical and financial evaluation, the Rock City Hotel emerged as the best.”

“Based on the criteria set out in the RFP, Rock City Hotel submitted the best and strongest technical and financial proposal amongst those received. Consequently, it is in negotiation with SSNIT to buy a 60% stake in each of the

four (4) hotels (Labadi Beach Hotel, La Palm Royal Beach Resort, Ridge Royal Hotel and Elmina Beach Resort). Bids for Busua Beach Resort and the Trust Lodge were considered to be unsuccessful, so they are no longer part of the hotels covered in this process,” the SSNIT statement said.

Read the full statement below:

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