According to Mr Mpiani, the utterances of the current Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta before the government decided to seek the intervention of the International Monetary Fund makes him unfit for the role.
A lot of Ghanaians who reacted to the story believe the replies from the finance minister were absolutely out of the questions he was asked to which Mr Mpiani has reacted in an interview which was held just a few minutes ago.
"Honestly, If I were the Finance Minister he emphatically stated by mentioning Ken Ofori-Atta this is not a question of the President dropping me, from my utterances and then what is happening, I would just say Mr President, thank you so much, I think it's time for me to sit back for another person to take over," Mr Mpiani said in an interview with Joy News today.
The IMF he defined was that the funds were coming to support the country to achieve the target Ghanaians expect from the NPP government but a lot of reactions prove the reply is not in good shape as a lot of money has been already spent without a trace.
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