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GHETTO Minister wants Ofori-Atta & Ernest Addison sacked

GHETTO Minister wants Ofori-Atta & Ernest Addison sacked

GHETTO Minister wants Ofori-Atta & Ernest Addison sacked

Some Members of the Ghetto youth in Tema community 2 have called for the immediate dismissal of Ken Ofori-Atta as Minister for Finance and Ernest Addison by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The Ghetto youth also want the Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance, Ernest Addison, to be sacked.

Numbering about 120, the Ghetto youth who constitute “a greater number of the Majority Gettos youth” have thus threatened to vote against all NPP MPs coming 2024.

At a press conference addressed by the Ghetto youth minister Ismeal Mensah A. K.A the Ghetto minister, he said Mr. Ofori-Atta and Mr. Ernest Addison have ran the economy aground and must be shown the exit.

“Notice is hereby served that until the aforementioned persons are made to resign or removed from office, we members of the Majority Ghettos here in Ghana will not rest because the citizens are suffering.

The Ghetto minister said “we have had occasions to defend allegations of conflict of interest, lack of confidence, and trust against the leadership of the finance ministry but cannot continue as such.”

The recent spiral depreciation of the Ghana Cedi and general developments within the economy, he said, were of great concern to the greater majority of members of the Ghetto youth and their constituents.

“We have made our grave concern to the president through the media houses and we are waiting for positive response.

“We are by this medium communicating our strong desire that the president changes the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta and the minister of State at the Finance Ministry, Ernest Addison bank of Ghana without further delay in order to restore hope in the financial sector and reverse the downward trend in the growth of the economy,” he added.

The story by Fada Amakye from Daily

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