Addressing journalists in Parliament, on Friday March 18, Mr. Jinapor, who is also a Ranking Member on Mines and Energy Committee, of Parliament stated that; “Indeed, they have run out of ideas. The Vice President has gone into comatose, he is nowhere to be found. This is the time he has to demonstrate leadership. This is the time government must show that it cares for the people. All we hear government doing is whining and whining and whining”.
Mr. Jinapor again stated that, “Ladies and gentlemen, our checks indicated that the Energy Sector Levy Act has accrued over GH¢18 billion since its inception. Our checks have further revealed that only GH¢15 billion have been spent and yet the balance of GH¢3 billion cannot be accounted for”.
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