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No One Owes You Apology For Stealing Our Money- Oliver Barker Replies Eugene Arhin On The Jet Saga

Fixthecountry Conveynor Oliver Barker-Vormawor has reacted to Eugene Arhin's latest release on Akufo-Addo's Private Jet Saga. He says that no one owes the presidency an an apology for stealing our money and that they should get over it themselves.

In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Sunday, 26th June 2022, wrote that when the Presidency speaks, it must carry the weight of the office. But we are not getting any of that considered maturity when we read official statements from institutions of state any longer. 

He sighted examples that we saw the same kind of intemperate language used when the Presidency released a statement about Domelevo. Then we saw the statement the IGP released. Then the series of releases about Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

Oliver added that over the past several months, since last year, the Presidency, has continued to refuse to disclose anything about his trip. All Right to Information requests have been denied or not responded to. Even a parliamentary question was not answered. They claimed national security privileges. 

According to Oliver, the Presidency has decided to nitpick one line out of Ablakwa’s several releases to deny that they didn’t fly the Private Jet to Belgium, but only took it from Belgium to Rwanda. They claim that that is evidence that he is shameless and a liar. 

He bemoaned how the media is reporting it with renewed energy. He said some are creating several stories about how the President took a train from Paris to Belgium so let’s praise him. Some are now leaving Ablakwa out to dry; just based on some shoddy statement none of them bothered to interrogate. 

"Now the Presidency is saying Ablakwa must apologize to them or he is shameless. WTF. 

Oliver opined that even say Ablakwa made a mistake, (he has clarified his statement); who would he rather respect? Someone who has fought for our right to accountability consistently or a thief caught in the act and who wants us to know the money he stole from the wallet was not 200 cedis it was 199 cedis.

"If there was ever evidence of the arrogance of power, this is it. 

No one owes you an apology for stealing our money! Get over yourselves." Oliver declared.

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