A senior member from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has served notice that his party is preparing bits of proof on the government's borrowings and bonds drifted in the beyond five years and which rates have gone to the Money Clergyman alone.
Abraham Amaliba, talking on TV3's New Day on Friday, April 1, said Ken Ofori-Atta has no locus to discuss "trouble sharing" considering how he profits from securities drifted by the country on the global market.
Mr Amaliba affirms that each time the public authority floats bonds, Mr Ofori-Atta gets 1% yet utilizes his Databank to front such arrangements.
"Yet again they will carry out a bond," the individual from the NDC lawful group indicated.
"Ken Ofori-Atta will get 1% as expected utilizing his Databank exchange guide. We are emerging with subtleties of the relative multitude of borrowings and what has gone to him."
Mr Amaliba said the way to "trouble share" as the Money Pastor is wont to recommend "is to bring all the plunder onto the table, then, at that point, we offer to one another".
"That is the point at which we will currently trouble share."
He blamed the public authority for "taking" from individuals with the presentation of the Electronic Exchange Toll Bill and the rush by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to sign the bill into regulation notwithstanding a case at the High Court is adequate proof.
Yet, an Administration Representative on Administration and Security, Palgrave Boakye Danquah, who was additionally on the program, defended President Akufo-Addo's continue on Thursday, saying there is no directive put on the Bill.
Akufo-Addo consents to e-demand charge; it's presently regulation
"Whenever Parliament has supported a bill, the last stage is for the President to consent to the bill."
He added: "People who have an opposite view as far as the translation of the law will go to the High Court. The Minority's case has quite recently been recorded, there is no directive."
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