According to Okudzeto Ablakwa, there should not be any committee set up by government to collect various monies from Ghanaians and also from the government with the hope of helping the victims in Appiatse. He explained his point by saying that there must be an investigation into the matter to see who is responsible for the explosion so that all charges will be incurred by such institution.
He added that, the resources of the country are limited and for that matter there is no need for Ghanaians to contribute any money to help victims if the one responsible is not identified.
"It is absolutely possible that when the independent enquiry is completed, there would be no need to raise funds from the general public or use scare taxpayer resources to assist victims and for reconstruction Appiatse because the entities found out to be responsible would be made to bear the full cost of compensation and rehabilitation/ resettlement" he wrote.
He made this revelation today on his official Facebook page.
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This comes after the government set up a committee to help generate revenue by collection donations from persons to help the victims in Appiatse after the explosion.
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