I've Never Taken Salaries, Per Diems As Finance Minister – Ken Ofori Atta
By Vanlawd | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 108 views
Finance Minister-assign, Ken Ofori-Atta has said he doesn't take pay rates and per diems from managing his work as Finance Minister.
As indicated by him he just came to serve the country and has no expectation to utilize his office for individual increases.
He spread the word about this during his vetting on Thursday, March 25.
"I speculate you realize that the issue of public help is one that truly has been with the family [Ofori-Atta family] for quite a while and I came into it with that viewpoint. I don't take a compensation, I don't take an outlay, so those are not the targets that I accompany," he said.
As an update, Kenneth Ofori-Atta, is a Ghanaian market analyst, venture investor, and legislator just as the prime supporter of Databank Group, a Ghanaian speculation firm. He presently fills in as the Minister for Finance and Economic Planning in the bureau of Nana Akufo-Addo.
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