Good Evening Ghana show host Paul Adom Otchere has leaked an information about Mr Edward Effah. According to him, that gentleman is qualified to be the Minister of Finance or Governor of the Bank of Ghana anytime soon. Paul Adom Otchere made this known on his show last night while reacting to Kwaku Kyei Darkwah's uninformed assertion on Ghana's economy linking Finance Minister Ken Ofori Ata.
" This gentleman is called Edward Effah. He is qualified to be our finance minister anytime soon. He is having a long standing achievement in finance and insurance at Fidelity Bank. Is Kwaku Kyei Darkwah telling me that if this man becomes the finance minister and his company Fidelity Bank is contracted to be an advisor for the finance ministry its out of place? No" Paul Adom Otchere explained.
" You see why people don't want to pick up positions to help Ghana? They will choose to protect their businesses because it may be linked to politics like what's happening to Ofori Ata which is not right " Paul Adom Otchere added.
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