The vetting of Deputy Minister designates began yesterday. Already minsters have been vetted, approved and commissioned. The deputy minister designate for finance, Charles Adu Boahen took the floor to answer questions from the vetting committee. One of the intriguing questions dealt with conflicts of interest.
There is once again a controversy over companies hired as Transaction Advisors (TAs) to some government initiated International Market transactions. Significantly, the names of the two companies continuously being cited as beneficiaries of such high level businesses, refuse to recede, the least, not now.
The coronavirus pandemic cost the Ghanaian economy GHC 21 billion, the Minister-designate of state at the Finance Ministry, Mr. Charles Adu Boahen, has said. The minister-designate, who is facing the Appointment Committee of Parliament, made the disclosure when he was asked by the Member of Parliament for Madina, Mr. Francis-Xavier Sosu, about the cost of COVID-19 to the Ghanaian economy.
The office of the president has denied reports that he has submitted his list of Deputy Ministers for his second term to the Appointment Committee of Parliament.This statement was sighted on the Facebook wall of the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Danqua Akufo-Addo.
Parliament has approved twelve (12) ministerial and deputy ministerial nominees of president Nana Akufo-Addo. The nominees were approved by consensus by the Appointment Committee of Parliament. They were subsequently approved by a unanimous voice vote in the chamber. Prior to the vetting, the Minority had hinted of rejecting the approval of Mr Charles Adu-Boahen as a minister of state at the Finance Ministry over the role of his company in Ghana’s bond transactions.
The vetting of deputy ministers and minister of state-designate begins today and Mr. Charles Adu Boahen is the first to be vetted as a minister of State-designate for finance by the appointment committee of parliament. Below is a brief biography of Mr. Charles Adu-Boahen, Minister of State-designate for finance.
Unique Prosecutor Martin Amidu says the association of Data Bank Financial Services Limited in the Agyapa Agreement scents of "offer gear.". Mr. Amidu further asserted that the obtainment cycle "was controlled by the Ministry of Finance by adding an unapproved rider for joint effort with a Ghanaian firm." Mr. Amidu further uncovers in his report that others who have business interests in Data Bank beside the Finance Minister assumed different jobs prompting the choice of Data Bank. One, Felicia Ashley
Election Year is not a licence for the opposition to go on a Lying Spree. The Agyapa Propaganda. 1• First they said 49% of Agyapa Royalties was owned by people close to the President? When it became very clear that 100% of Agyapa is for Minerals Income Investment Fund which is 100% owned by Govt, and that only up to 49% of Agyapa will be listed on the London Stock Exchange and later on Ghana Stock Exchange for anybody interested to buy, they had to shift to something else. 2• Now they say Kofi Osafo Maafo
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will serve Parliament with an outline of people to be considered as agent serves today The reports imparts that according to the directions of the constitution President Akufo-Addo will pass on the outline of expert ministers for certain charming names including.
The National Communications Director of the opposition National Democratic Congress has said if President Akuffo Addo has any credibility left, he must suspend the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, his Deputy, Charles Adu Boahen, and all his officials who are directly or indirectly involved in the stinking “Agyapa” heist, pending criminal investigations His comments have come following a report from the Office of the Special Prosecutor. His comments have come following a report from the Office of the Special
Parliament’s Arrangements Committee will on Thursday, March 25, vet Ken Ofori-Atta, the President’s Finance Minister nominees.The open hearing which is entirely by invitation will be telecast live on open broadcaster GBC at 10 am.
Newsfile to have Finance Minister for conversations on Agyapa Royalty bargain The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, will on Saturday, September 5 be on Newsfile for conversations on the Agyapa Royalties bargain. The one-on-one conversation with have Samson Lardy Anyenini will dig profound into the subtleties of the agreement and address the discussions encompassing it. Newsfile, your most definitive news examination show, will be on from 9:00 am to 12 early afternoon. Watchers are urged to send in their
The communication officer of the largest opposition National Democratic Congress, lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has called on the president of Ghana to suspend the finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta and his deputy Charles Adu Boahen and all his officials who are directly or indirectly involved in the stinking “Agyapa” heist, pending criminal investigations into the scandal. According to lawyer Sammy Gyamfi, the national democratic Congress (NDC) and other civil society organisations have vehemently opposed to Agyapa
Charles Adu Boahen is a Ghanaian politician and public servant. He is a member of the New Patriotic Party and the deputy minister for Finance in Ghana. He is the son of Albert Adu Boahen, the New Patriotic Party flag bearer in the 1992 Ghanaian general elections. JOSEPH CUDJOE Joseph Cudjoe (born 17 October 1995) is a Ghanaian footballer, who plays for Medeama SC. His Career Charles Adu Boahen is a Ghanaian politician and public servant. He is a member of the New Patriotic Party and the deputy minister
Elections 2020 is about to become a reality in no time, and all politicians are playing their cards well to emerge victorious. As at now, a whole lot of alleged scandals, promises, expositions among other political strategies are being implemented and revealed by political parties; especially NDC and NPP. According to sources and online polls, the NPP looks promising in winning the upcoming elections but it seems the NDC see this as nothing to fear about. The NDC had said that they are going to win the elections,
1• First they said 49% of Agyapa Royalties was owned by people close to the President? When it became very clear that 100% of Agyapa is for Minerals Income Investment Fund which is 100% owned by Govt, and that only up to 49% of Agyapa will be listed on the London Stock Exchange and later on Ghana Stock Exchange for anybody interested to buy, they had to shift to something else. 2• Now they say Kofi Osafo Maafo is not qualified and only there because of his father. When it was pointed out that Kofi was one
Adu-Boahen raised to Minister of State at Finance Ministry, Okraku-Mantey gets Deputy Tourism Minist
Charles Adu-Boahen, a previous Deputy Finance Minister has been raised to the situation of Minister of State at the Finance Ministry, as per a rundown of Deputy Minister candidates from the Office of the President.He is said to have firmly worked with the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, in the initial term of President Akufo-Addo system and dominated, a circumstance that set off his advancement.
“For 3 and half years, we borrowed 140 billion Ghana cedis , we are so desperate for money. All the money we borrow , where are they ? “ could the veteran journalist Kwesi Pratt triggered in one of his submission, hours ago on the PanAfrica TV. According to Mr Pratt, the state of our economy is red. Mr Pratt recalled how the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), together with the VRA and co remained heavily indebted. Mr Pratt in his submission recalled how the deputy Finance minister Charles Adu Boahen hammered
Govt puts Agyapa Royalties posting on hold The government has chosen to suspend the dispatch of the Underlying Public Offer (Initial public offering) of the Agyapa Royalties bargain on the London Stock Trade (LSE). The Ministry of Finance has said it doesn't mean to continue with the Initial public offering in front of the consequences of the corruption hazard evaluation by the Workplace of the Special Prosecutor. In a letter marked by a Deputy Pastor of Finance, Mr Charles Adu Boahen, the government served
The resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has addressed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's purpose to follow up on Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu's debasement hazard evaluation of the Agyapa bargain. The gathering says it is horrified by President Akufo-Addo's refusal to bear down on Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, and Deputy Finance Minister Charles Adu Boahen whom the Special Prosecutor blamed for illicitly marking the arrangement. At a media instructions today, Tuesday, November 10, 2020,