Popular and award winning Ghanaian investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure has lamented the fact that the finance Minister keeps contradicting himself on several occasions under President Akufo Addo's watch.
Taking to his Facebook page, Manasseh Azure wrote that the health minister some times ago argued that he procured the vaccines from the sheikhs at no cost but today he is saying different stories.
He said that the finance minister is contracting his initial statement by requesting for refund from the sheikhs he claimed he never paid any money to. He said upon all these contractions, his boss, president Akufo Addo is watching without making a single comment
"The Health Minister who said no money was paid to the Sheikh is now writing to the Sheikh for a refund. Akufo-Addo is watching" he said.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians expecially members of the minority Caucus and many other civil society organizations have called for the resignation of the finance minister for his incompetences.
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