Samson Deen, Chief Executive of Africa Origin Travel and Sports Tourism (AOT&ST) is praying the Presidential Commission of Inquiry to compel the Ministry Youth and Sports (MOYS) to pay him $108,000 for the services rendered to MOYS.
AOT&ST is one of the agencies hired by the Planning Committee of the Ghana Brasil 2014 World Cup Project by MOYS to airlift supporters to Brasil.
Appearing before the commission, he said, the amount represents $400 profit margin on each of the 217 supporters allocated to him, to be air-lifted to Brasil to support the Black Stars.
Deen, is also praying the commission to compel MOYS to pay him additional Ghc 59, 722.74 covering the cost of tickets for 217 fans at the unit cost of ghc275.22.
In addition, Deen, is asking the Commission to compel MOYS to pay for loss of profits due to delays in making the payments on agreed times, as well as loss of time and business and legal fees.
He stated that, the difficulties, frustrations, stress, avoidable waste and near disgrace that characterised the organisation were largely self-inflicted and needless.
Deen, however failed to disclose other amounts he is seeking for in the areas of loss of profits, loss of time and business and legal fees.
He insisted before the Commission that he will make those disclosures in camera.