Since Friday, after the vetting of the finance minister designate, Hon. Ken Ofori Atta by the vetting committee, there has been a lot of discussions about his answers to questions, he was asked.
This evening, on the NDC Pro Forum show on RadioGold, there was a discussion on the vetting of finance minister, where most of the panelists and listers bashed the minister designate for the poor performance of the finance ministry.
Mr. Ken Johnson, who was one of the panelists said that, he would be very sad, if parliament of Ghana approves Ken Ofori Atta for him to head the finance of the country. He claimed that, Ken Ofori Atta wanted to make his family lead the country’s affairs, that why some banks had their licenses revoked as well as micro-finances. He went on to say that, Ken Ofori Atta is the worst finance minister, he has seen in his life.
He concluded that, it was under this man that, there were more financial scandals like the PDS deal, Agyapa and many more.
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