According to the personal assistant of Judicial Board Chairman Kwesi Ameyaw Cheremeh, Labour Minister Honorable Ignatius Baffour Awua has sold his property ( A football team) to his boss. The transaction which wasn't private or hidden attracted many media houses and sports fanatics.
The sold property is the Baffour Soccer Academy located at Nsoatre in the Bono Region of Ghana. All the vehicles and documents of the club were given to the Judicial Board Chairman.
Kwesi Ameyaw Cheremeh who bought the property doubles as the Member of Parliament for the Sunyani East Constituency. He is also the Board chairman for the Bui Power Authority. Again, he is a member of the ECOWAS Parliament.
The one who sold his property is also a member of Parliament for the Sunyani West Constituency and the current Minister of Labour and Employment relations.
You can check the post below as shared by the Personal Assistant for the Sunyani East MP.
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