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Ghanaians ‘Fry’ Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta Over Comments He Recently Made About Ghana’s Dev’t

Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta has been in the news for the past few days over the Agyapa Royalties deal. He is one of the top NPP politicians and has been trending because of the the Agyapa Royalties deal.

Reports from the Office of the special prosecutor about the Agyapa Royalties deal has resulted in the untimely resignation of the special prosecutor, Martin Amidu.

As Ghanaians are trying to get Their head around the whole issue, they never expected to hear a single word from the most guilty one but it appears as though the finance Minister hasn’t seen the writings on the Wall.

Earlier today, Ken Ofori Atta said the idea to raise funds from the diaspora for the development of the country is the way to go and the government be taking full action next year.

He added that raising such funds will speed up the government’s capital expenditure investments that seek to accelerate economic growth.

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His comments caught the attention of Ghanaians who expressed their disappointment in the way he has chosen to serve the country.

Check out the comments from some Ghanaians.

From the comments, one can see that Ghanaians have finally had enough of the economic lies. They are fed up with the constant stealing that goes on in the government and the resignation of the special prosecutor would prove to be very disastrous to the NPP.

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