The managing editor for insight news paper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr has questioned the secretary to the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo after Majority leader, Hon Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has disclosed to the August house of parliament that, the reductions in parliament budget expenditure is not from the president but it is his secretary who wrote the letter to the house in his own capacity which the president is not aware of while speaking in parliament yesterday.
Kwesi Pratt Jnr speaking on peace fm morning show today has stated that this is a serious matter to be dealt with, because he knew that, the secretary to the president is a great lawyer and he has done the secretary job for sometimes now after he told the host, Kwame Safa Kyei that he has heard the president had issued another letter to parliament with his signature on it explaining everything concerning the budget cut.
Kwesi Pratt Jnr stated on the show that how could the secretary to the president act in his own capacity without the knowledge of the president, and he also questioned that how could the secretary to the president accumulate such an error in holding such a high office?
He said if the majority leader is the one to explained the issue to parliament then he is worried and investigations must be conducted into the issue for it to be solved.
" Kwame before we go into today's discussion let me talk about this issue which is very serious to us as a nation. How could the whole secretary to the president accumulate such an error? Am worried about that because the president has to write another letter to parliament to explained that he does not know anything about the letter issued to parliament by his secretary. This is a serious matter and it must be investigated because I trust and know that the secretary to the president is a great lawyer and have worked in that position for some years now" he said on the show.
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