Paul Adom Otchere has shielded a few perosns in the new patriotic party and taken on some critics of the party as well in his latest episode of his good evening Ghana today.
According to Paul, there are rumors circulating on the media concerning the part-playing of the finance minister in the economic distress and how he has stolen states money through databank.
Ken Ofori-Attah is being accused of embezzling funds himself through data bank which he happens to be the founder.
During this delivery from Paul, he made some very interesting points which reveals that the finance minister has topped the charts of many company listings in terms of good work and operations in the country.
After making these confirmations and giving proof, he said, is this what you mean by he did not live an honorable life? Paul says Ken Ofoti-Attah had remained one of the most honorable men of our country and in government.
His personality is unmatched according to Paul and it is better we see it now or regret after we don’t have his type in the finance position anymore.
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