A Ghanaian citizen in Kumasi and also an NDC Regional youth Organizer, Mr. Yaw Brogya Gyamfi has dragged before the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) embattled Finance Minister and cousin of President Akufo-Addo for allegedly bringing himself into a conflict of interest in the raging 2.25 billion dollars Bond that was floated by the Ministry of Finance on the 31st of March, 2017.
Ghanaians have been outraged at the manner in which the Bond was issued, the secrecy surrounding the sale of the Bond to a company whose director is also the group Board Chairman of Enterprise Group, a company owned by Mr. Ken Ofori Atta is what is enraging Ghanaians.
Industry experts have also spoken against it and have raised a potential dip in investor confidence with Ghana, in a recent interview with Accra based Citi FM, the Attorney General who is the principal legal advisor of the Government in an angry outburst said she was not aware of the Bond deal and was hearing about it for the first time from the interviewer.
Mr. Gyamfi’s petition is seen as the start of a long list of legal challenges that will hit Mr. Ken Ofori Atta.
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