A private Legal Practitioner, Lawyer Martin Kpebu has admitted that we have to apologize to Martin Amidu for Criticizing him so much the first time the Agyapa issues came out for saying that he didn't offer Mr. Ken Ofori Atta an opportunity to hear him out.
Kevin Taylor as well all know, is a controversial Ghana broadcast journalist based in the United States of America.He became very popular a few years ago after his continuing attacks about Akufo-Addo's government by producing sensitive documents to show how Akufo-Addo's government is corrupt.Notable expose includes the Agyapa deal, PDS deal, etc.
The controversial mineral resources deal, dubbed Agyapa returns, and has been confirmed by the minister designate for finance, Ken Ofori Atta, in his words a while ago at his vetting before the appointment committee of Parliament, he says; “Agyapa shall come before the house” The President, in his state of the
We have over the years had over sixteen finance ministers who did their best to shape the financial outlook of the nation, according to their respective abilities, but when it comes to smart ways of dealing with issues, Ken Ofori-Atta stands tall.
I have nothing against the special prosecutor, I'm not expecting much from him.That is not to say I am writing him off, never, I am just not hopeful and desperately want my faithlessness proven wrong.My only problem is with our President's judgement, so with so many people qualified for the job, he only saw someone from Agyapa?
Asiedu Nketiah has finally reacted to claims that he has no power over the approval of the finance minister, ken Pfori-Atta.The finance minister has become one among the many ministers in Nana Addo’s government who is mostly chastised.
President Akufo-Addo has who has been forced to cut down his ministries, as he has shelved key ones such as Business Development, amongst others, having promised to not choose deputy ministers for regional ministers have started naming his appointees for the various ministries.Whereas some had even called that, the ministers can do without deputies, as its been weeks now and they are doing the jobs alone, the President has gone ahead, as some names have been officially announced today.
Mr. Martin Amidu, the Former Special Prosecutor, says he is interested in how Mr. Kissi Agyebeng the new Special Prosecutor Nominee, will “independently and impartially” handle some corruption cases when he is approved by President Akufo-Addo and Parliament to head his old office.Mr. Martin Amidu revealed that, anybody who has deep knowledge about the Agyapa Royalties Transaction Corruption Risk Assessment report which resulted in his resignation as a Special Prosecutor, will know, that one of the beneficiaries of the Agyapa Royalties Transaction is Africa Legal Associates whose contract to participate in the Agyapa Royalties transaction was found to be contrary to the Public Procurement Act and tainted by bid rigging.
As part of The State Of Nation Address was the Arising Of the AGYAPA ROYALTIES DEAL and with this it must be first discussed in Parliament for approval before it will work as said by the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo.
The Finance Minister Designate, Ken Ofori Atta is expected to face the Appointment Committee in Parliament tomorrow.since after his appointment by the president, he could not get the opportunity to be vetted.The statement came out after his return from medical treatment in abroad.
Ghanaian highlife musician Anamon has confessed that he still holds issues against Lynx Entertainment musician Kuami Eugene for using some of his lyrics in his song titled "Open gate" According to Anamon, the management of Kuami Eugene has come to speak and sort everything out amicably with him but he is still not satisfied.
The Minister designate for Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta states it was improper that the old Special Prosecutor, Mr Martin Amidu in a speech on the Agyapa deal did not hold his opinion, as the sector Minister.
President Akufo-Addo raised a controversial issue yesterday during the Message on the State of the Nation yesterday.It can be recalled that last year after so public grievances the President put away the Agyapa deal till this year.
The Minister of information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, announced that before he goes back to the House, the Attorney General's Office reviewed the Agypa Royalties contract.
The Foundation In June 2018, Ghana’s Parliament passed the Minerals Income Investment Fund Act 2018 to manage the equity interests in mining companies and also the receiving of royalties on behalf of the Government.
The Minority in Parliament have pointed out that they will kick against the old Agyapa deal deal should it be brought back to Parliament for approval.The minority caucus insisted that the deal can not help Ghanaians if it is approved, hence remains bad for the country.
Gabby Otchere Darko writes: Ken's approval is a vote of confidence in the policies of the government
The designated Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta, was thoroughly vetted by the Appointment Committee of Parliament (ACP).The ACP has unanimously approved him to be the Minister of Finance for the next administration of the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The Agyapa Royalties deal is one of the excellent deals with the greatest potential for advancing the country's socio-economic and infrastructural development needs.
The records Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has discovered that the office of the legal professional standard is reviewing the Agypa Royalties deal earlier than it is going returned to Parliament.
In front of the parliamentary screening of President Akufo-Addo's chosen one to the Ministry of Finance, an International Political Economist at the University of Texas at Dallas, Dr. John Taden, is encouraging Parliament's Appointment Committee to dismiss Finance Minister Designate, Ken Ofori-Atta on the off chance that he neglects to