Okudzeto Reveals Disturbing illigalities And Controversies Ken-Ofori Atta Dogged On Purpose -CHECK DETAILS.

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) member of Parliament for North Tongu, Okudzeto Ablakwa, has revealed some disturbing illegalities and controversies the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta dogged during the mid-year budget review.

According to Mr Okudzeto Ablakwa, there were genuine concerns of financial irregularities and controversies Ghanaian were expecting the Finance Minister to have rendered accountability to the good people of Ghana but the Finance Minister purposefully dogged them.

Mr Okudzeto Ablakwa cited the example of $400 million the President is failing to account for and the ghc200 million they took from the consolidated fund without Parliamentary approval.


Mr Okudzeto Ablakwa said “Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta did not say a word in the Mid Year Review about his unconstitutional withdrawals of some GHS200million from the Consolidated Fund for the infamous National Cathedral project.

He also made absolutely no effort to address the many illegalities and controversies that have dogged the US$400million project which his boss, President Akufo-Addo, describes as his priority of priorities.

Again, Mr Okudzeto stressed that the good people of Ghana deserve to know the state of affairs current with the National Cathedral which cost the Ghanaian taxpayer huge sums of money. He argued that Ghanaians at least deserve to know the state of affairs.

Mr Okudzeto stated “How long will government keep running away from accountability and what is the fate of the stalled project after so many structures including a diplomatic property, a modern luxury apartment complex, judges’ bungalows, Scholarship Secretariat, Passport Office, Judicial Training Institute and an IT firm have all been demolished with many awaiting compensation?”

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Ghanaians will be waiting for the government at least to respond to the allegations and provide the needed clarification.

Source: Operanews

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