Paul Adom Otchere remains one of the most popular journalists in Ghana. His show, Good Evening Ghana has been relevant for more than two decades.
In last Thursday's Edition, Paul Adom Otchere focused his attention on some comments made by renowned broadcaster, KKD. According to KKD, it was a conflict of interest for Ken Ofori Atta to award huge contracts and commissions to Databank.
Readers can recall how KKD mentioned that the Finance Minister was providing huge commissions to Databank, a bank founded by Ken Ofori Atta and his colleagues.
Interestingly, Paul Adom indicated that he did not know what was wrong with providing contracts to Databank, the great financial institution that got funds from private investors for the government.
He further revealed that Databank had been getting commissions for their work on bonds even before this NPP government came into power.
Paul asked KKD if knowledgeable professionals and business owners should not be allowed to serve their governments. He also asked if Databank should collapse because Ken Ofori Atta is now a finance minister.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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