A meeting scheduled for today between O’brien’s International Car Sales and Rental’s Manager, Clement Ebanks and Contractor General, Dirk Harrison, has been postponed.

This was confirmed by his lawyer, Abe Dabdoub.

Today would’ve been Mr.Ebanks’ second appearance before the Contractor General who’s probing the controversial contract to provide 2-hundred used vehicles for the police force.

Meanwhile, Security Minister, Robert Montague says the Ministry has also been contacted by the attorneys representing Obrien’s International.

He made the disclosure during an exclusive interview with Nationwide’s Dennis Brooks last evening.

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Addressing the House of Representatives on Tuesday, Minister Montague said in anticipation of a possible court action by the supplier, his ministry has taken every possible action to ensure that the government has adhered to the contract.