The prominent Ghanaian politician and leading member administration has suddenly backed Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta over DataBank’ s role in producing income and managing the country’ s politics.
Nana Akomea, a known Ghanaian politician and member of the NPP, hugely endorsed Ken Ofori Atta’ s plan on generating income for the smooth running of the nation’ s economic issues in a new conversation on Metro Television’ s ” Good Morning Ghana” show. Later, the CEO of STC, Nana Akomea, questioned the opposition party, forcefully urged them to stop campaigning against the finance ministry and instead support the present government in building the country.
The finance minister’ s company has been involved in leveraging some loans that have been financed and this country has benefited, and it appears that the finance ministry’ s investment team and do their concentration is to raise money presently.
Isn’ t it true that a finance minister’ s primary responsibility is to raise funds? Then we’ re told that the people are mostly concerned with generating funds, and that they are grumbling.
This engagement of the finance minister’ s firm in raising funds for the country and receiving fees as a result of their experience in raising funds. Nana Akomea enquired forcefully, ” What is the big issue about Databank raising revenue for this country? ”
The NPP’s ambitions to pair Alan and Bawumia in 2024, according to a senior educator at the University of Ghana Physics Department, can never protect the party from a humiliating defeat in the general elections.
Nana Akomea, the party’s former Director of Communication’s had encourage the party to postpone it’s deliberate presidential primaries to persuade Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Alan Kyerematen to contest jointly in the 2024 Presidential election.