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Ghana’s economy is struggling because of Ofori-Atta’s bad policies – Mornah

Ghana's economy is battling right now because of the terrible strategies of the Money Clergyman Ken Ofori-Atta, an individual from Individuals' Public Show (PNC), Bernard Mornah has said.

In his view, the Money Pastor's approaches, rather then enhancing the difficulties of Ghanaians, have developed their troubles.

Keeping that in mind, he needs the Money Priest to leave office.

"The economy is battling a result of Ofori-Atta's strategies," he said on the Large Issue with Berla Mundi on TV3 Tuesday November 22.

A Representative General Secretary of the New Energetic Party (NPP) Haruna Mohammed answered him on a similar show saying "This equivalent Ofori-Atta dealt with the economy and developed the economy."

The NDC Minority in Parliament have made various claims against Mr Ofori-Atta for which they are trying to eliminate him from Office.

The allegations are "Wretched irreconcilable situation guaranteeing that he straightforwardly profits by Ghana's monetary troubles as his organizations get payments and other deceptive authoritative benefit.

Illegal withdrawals from the Solidified Asset in outright repudiation of Article 178 of the 1992 Constitution probably for the development of the President's Basilica;

Purposeful and exploitative distorting of financial information to Parliament Monetary wildness prompting the accident of the Ghana Cedi which is right now the most obviously terrible performing cash on the planet;

Disturbing inadequacy and alarming clumsiness bringing about the breakdown of the Ghanaian economy and on painful cost for many everyday items emergency; Ridiculous blunder of the economy which has occasioned untold and extraordinary difficulty.

Mr Ofori-Atta invalidated this multitude of charges when he showed up before the 8-part panel that was examining him.

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