The National Communication Officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi, has said that the judgment debt ruled against Ghana is tinted with criminal recklessness and negligence on the part of Akufo Addo's government.
Sammy Gyamfi made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning, June 24th, 2021, when he gave his opinion on the 170 million dollar judgment debt ruled against Ghana.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, the government of Ghana was determined to terminate the agreement with the power producer at all costs even though they knew they have no basis to do so.
"I will not say that this judgment debt is tinted with fraud, but I can tell you that this judgment debt is tinted with criminal negligence and criminal recklessness. I am sad because we've been slapped with 170 million dollar judgment debt which is accruing interest daily because of the recklessness and negligence of the Akufo Addo government." - he said
He added that the government of Akufo Addo caused this financial loss to the state so, they must be held responsible.
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