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Okudzeto Ablakwa Exposes the Finance Minister Big Time

The MP for North Tongu Okudzeto Ablakwa has come out with another revelation about the Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta.

According to Hon. Okudzeto whiles Ken Ofori Atta utterly destroyed the Ghanaian economy and now looking for an IMF Bailouts, he was making huge profit from the country for his private businesses.

Hon. Okudzeto revealed that the Finance Minister made a personal profit of more than 105 million Ghana cedis from the State.

He further added that after the Finance Minister messed up their Ghanaian economy, he is now out there looking for bailouts.

He noted "Ken Ofori-Atta’s businesses have had their best years even as he destroyed the larger Ghanaian economy which now seeks an IMF bailout. Databank earnings from transaction advisor role on bond issuance alone from 2017-2021 is an astonishing GHS159.31million. Covid was great for him,"

Hon. Okudzeto who referred to the actions of the Finance Minister as a conflict of interest said"While finance Minister Ken ofori-atta was destroying the Ghanaian economy, how to read it he made sure his own businesses profited massively like never before from our miseries, with utter disregard for basic conflict-of-interest rules."

He further stressed that according to his own reluctant response to a parliamentary question last week Databank earned an astonishing 150 million Ghana cedis on its transaction advisory on bonds issued from 2017 to 2021.

Again he noted that it is most instructive to note that despite what they tell the Ghanaian people about the adverse economic effect of COVID-19, 2020 and 2021 put together were the best years of his private fortune as he accumulated more than 105 million.

He concluded that you can now better understand why Ken ofori-atta didn't fancy any IMF disturbance.

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