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Topic - Joe Oteng-Adjei
In two February letters to top ExxonMobil officials, Mr. Oteng-Adjei said Ghana was "unable to support an ExxonMobil acquisition of Kosmos's Ghana assets through the processes elected by Kosmos over the last year."
Ghana Energy Minister Joe Oteng-Adjei told the U.S. company that if it "fully involved " the GNPC in the bidding process, the government would allow the sale.