Breaking News - Council of State begging Minority to Withdraw Petition to SEC in the "Spirit of National Cohesion
May 29, 2017
News reaching your authoritative news website www.thenewstatesman.com indicates that President Akufo-Addo has tasked the Council of State to impress the upon Minority in parliament to Withdraw its petition to the Securities and exchange commission of the United States of America on the controversial 2.25bn dollars bond that was single handedly issued by his cousin and minister of Finance Ken Ofori Attah.
Our sources tell us that the invitation was sent through an agent of the government and the minority out of respect to the Council of State has honoured the invitation after seeking approval from the NDC leadership. The meeting which is currently on going at an unknown Hotel is to beg the Haruna Iddrisu led minority to Withdraw the petition.
Already news making rounds indicate that Franklin Templeton, the company that bought 95% of the Bond is alleged to have indicated to the Government of Ghana that they want to Withdraw their investment.
The murky nature of this transaction has caused the NPP government so much embarrassment to the point where the A-G who is the principle legal adviser to the government has publicly stated that she is unaware of the details of the transaction. We are currently monitoring the situation and will report back after the meeting.
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