November 29, 2022

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Development Chamber joins requires the removing of Finance Minister

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There were fresh requires the removing of the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta from place of job and the Ghana Chamber of Development Business believes his sacking has been lengthy late.

Leader Govt Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Development Business, Emmanuel Cherry, believes the highest process will have to be passed to a extra competent individual.

“The time is now; the president will have to upward thrust for as soon as and do the considered necessary and no longer simply him (Ken Ofori-Atta) on my own others additionally will have to observe as a result of sufficient is sufficient. There are such a large amount of just right brains within the NPP why will have to it’s handiest those folks?”

Some Individuals of the Majority Caucus in Parliament had the day before today joined within the call for for his head and that of the Minister of State on the Finance Ministry, Charles Adu Boahen.

In gentle of the rustic’s present financial dilemma, which has pressured the federal government to hunt strengthen from the World Financial Fund (IMF) some Ghanaians, together with opposition events, have since fixed drive on President Akufo-Addo to take away Mr Ofori-Atta from place of job.

In the meantime the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has requested the New Patriotic Celebration Individuals of Parliament (MPs) not easy the removing of Ken Ofori-Atta as Finance Minister to carry on until Ghana concludes negotiations with the World Financial Fund (IMF).

The President says, terminating the appointment of Mr. Ofori-Atta will disrupt the programme.

At a gathering with the aggrieved MPs on the Jubilee Area, Nana Akufo-Addo appealed for calm.

RC Industry Information amassed that the MPs weren’t proud of the attraction and had been nonetheless insisting at the Finance Minister’s go out.

Nana Akufo-Addo has requested Ken Ofori-Atta to be given 3 extra weeks to conclude the IMF negotiations.