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Rebuilt Agyapa Royalties Agreement to be re-submitted to parliament

Rebuilt Agyapa Royalties Agreement to be re-submitted to parliament.

Government has revealed its aims to represent a rebuilt Agyapa Royalties Agreement to Parliament for endorsement.

Ken Ofori Atta,Finance Minister spread the word about this when he initiated the Board of Mineral Income Investment Fund in Accra on Tuesday, October 12, 2021. 

Mr Ofori-Atta said the Attorney-General has effectively inspected a rebuilt bargain and repackaged it to acclimate to the advantage of the state. 

"The Attorney-General has checked out it and we have had a couple of stakeholder gatherings and I figure the new board ought to be stimulated to audit that and afterward go through the Parliamentary interaction," he said. 

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The disputable arrangement, was endorsed by Parliament however was removed by government following a Corruption Risk appraisal by the previous Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu. 

The Corruption Risk Assessment uncovered that there was sensible doubt of bid rigging and debasement movement in the choice course of the arrangement. It was additionally found that the exchange was entangled in infractions in regards to connections and irreconcilable circumstance. 

The recently initiated board has been entrusted with the sole target of getting the arrangement functional. 

"I'm unequivocal that it is the best approach as far as adapting our minerals and figuring out how to use it to decrease the degree of obligation of the nation and move it into value. What's more, with the worries that were raised we ought to have the option to address them and push ahead," Mr Ofori-Atta added. 


On August 14, 2020, Parliament supported the Agyapa Minerals Royalties Investment Agreement and four related reports to consider the adaptation of Ghana's future gold sovereignties. 

Under the arrangement, Agyapa Mineral Royalties Limited has been joined in Jersey close to UK to get and oversee eminences from 16 gold mining leases over the course of the following 15 years or something like that. 

In return, the firm will list on the London and Ghana Stock Exchanges (GSE) and raise basically $500 million for government to put resources into foundation, wellbeing and schooling. 

The posting will permit private individuals to purchase a 49 percent stake in the firm. 

Be that as it may, approximately 22 common society associations required a suspension of the arrangement, demanding it was not in light of a legitimate concern for Ghana.

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