Okudzeto Ablakwa is the primary source of all of these informations that has been leaked to the general public on the expenditure on travels and other luxurious and expensive lifestyle by government officials.
The member of parliament for north Tongu is poised at ensuring that the crimes committed by officials of state are curbed or made to stop. Even though we are tax payers, there are things that are kept a secret from the public eye. And this is what he seeks to unearth.
During an earlier submission by the member of parliament in his response to the office of the president and other official statements claiming that his allegations are false, he further retaliated with documents that prove that these expenses actually happened. He alleged that there are several cover ups and government would not have replied to such issues if they were mere allegations. He claims they are trying to blindfold Ghanaians and lead them straight into a pit with these false documents.
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