We Have Heard Your Plea, Now Let Us Work – Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta Begs Ghanaians

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The Minister Of Finance, Hon. Offori Atta has said that government has heard the cry of the youth and is moving swiftly to solve the issues bothering them. Hon. Ken Ofori Atta in a press briefing stated that in the next coming weeks, the nation is sure to see improvement in employment as well as … Read more

Don’t Clap for Ken Ofori-Atta Claiming he Doesn’t Take Salary or ‘Per Diem’ – Salary is Nothing, Corruption is Everything – Nii Smiley Byte Writes

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Finance Minister Designate Ken Ofori-Atta revealed during his vetting to resume his post as Finance Minister in front of Parliament’s Appointment Committee Thursday, March 25th that he does not take any salary or ‘per diem’ to serve as Finance Minister. Essentially, Ofori-Atta, a well known ‘rich man’ before entering Akufo-Addo’s government, is telling us that … Read more

Photo of Ken Ofori-Atta Chilling in the U.S Pops Up

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Finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta has been spotted in the United States of America where he’s currently domiciled seeking medical attention. It was announced Sunday that the minister had been flown to the United States to receive treatment following complications after recovering from COVID. READ ALSO: Tonto Dikeh’s Ex- Husband Shares More Lovey-Dovey Photos With New … Read more

Stones Will Rise and Build National Cathedral If Ghanaians Do Not Build It—Says Ken Ofori-Atta

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Ghana’s Finance Minister-Ken Ofori-Atta has ridiculously stated that if Ghanaians do not build the National Cathedral the NPP government is about to construct, stones will rise and build it for God. If the above is true, then they should save us the pain and use the money to fix our roads and hospitals—and allow the … Read more

6 New Regions Created, Creative Arts Council Established – The Ridiculous Things Finance Minister Ofori-Atta Listed As Government’s Achievement During 2019 Budget Reading

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The finance minister read the 2020 Budget and financial statement in Parliament on Wednesday, November 13th 2019. As is typical of Ghanaian politics, they had to tell us what they have achieved since coming into office to make Ghanaians feel happy. READ ALSO: Shatta Bandle And Stonebwoy Spend Quality Time Together – Party Hard But … Read more

Duncan Williams, Akufo Addo And Others Chill At Ken Ofori Atta’s 60th Birthday Party – PHOTOS

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta turns 60 today, 7th November 2019. The finance minister has overlooked the current political tension on the back of the released of a 51 member list of family, friends and baby mamas in the NPP government to invited President Akufo-Addo to make merry. READ ALSO: Armed Robbers Break Into Vice President … Read more

Stop Being Ungrateful And Appreciate Akufo-Addo’s Economy Which Is ‘Much Much Better’ Than Mahama’s – Finance Minister Ofori-Atta Blasts Ghanaians

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has berated Ghanaians to stop being so ungrateful and appreciate what the President, Nana Akufo-Addo is doing for us. Speaking with Kwame Sefa Kayi on Peace Fm, Ofori-Atta said the Akufo-Addo economy is ‘much much better’ than what they inherited from Mahama and Ghanaians who say otherwise are simply being ungrateful. … Read more

If Akufo-Addo’s Government Doesn’t Stop Destroying Businesses, I’ll Carry Out A Spiritual ‘Coup’ — Prophet Badu Kobi Warns

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The founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, has threatened to carry out a spiritual coup in Ghana if the government does not stop destroying the businesses of Ghanaians.

According to Badu Kobi, Akufo-Addo promised to run a government friendly to businesses, instead all they have done is destroy businesses owned by people they don’t like, such as Nana Appiah Mensah.

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This Government Lied Again And Ghanaians Are Going To Pay For The National Cathedral We Didn’t Ask For And Definitely Don’t Need — 2019 Budget Confirms

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Let’s play a game. If you ask 100 Ghanaians to list their five topmost priorities in the country, how many of them do you believe, in this current climate, would list construction of a national cathedral amongst their top ten uses of taxpayer money?

If this issue was not raised by government no one would even be thinking about it, and yet here we are, our official budget statement for the year makes provision for the National Cathedral Ghanaians were explicitly told would not involve taxpayer money.

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READ — The Full 2019 Budget Statement That’s NOT Going To Change Your Life

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There are many rituals we go through with in this country which has little to no discernible effect on the lives of Ghanaians but which everyone loves to have anyway.

Almost 30 years after multiparty democracy returned to Ghana in 1992, very little has changed to make the lives of Ghanaians more tolerable and to keep the standard of living high enough for the majority.

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Useless Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Passing Out Ceremony; A Shameless Venture For Government To Score Cheap Political Points

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Since the inception of the 1992 constitution of Ghana and the general acceptance of multiparty democracy in this country, general elections have always been fought by the two main political parties NPP and NDC on the basis of corruption. They both agree they are all corrupt but the one in opposition always claims they were less corrupt whiles in government than the other.

Apart from corruption one of the key issues of the 2016 general elections which were massively won by the NPP was fought on was the escalating youth and graduate unemployment which has given birth to a group by name Unemployed Graduate Association Of Ghana. Truthfully speaking the biggest threat to national security issues of Ghana is not corruption anymore but rising youth unemployment. If care is not properly taken and measures put in place to curb this menace one day the youth of this country will rise up against the leaders.

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Finance Ministry Responds To Minority Over Claims $2.5bn Bond Issuance Was Fraudulent – STATEMENT

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The Minority in Parliament have been alleging wrongdoing on the part of Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, in the recent issuance of a $2.5bn domestic bond issued by the Government of Ghana and purchased by the Franklin Templeton (FT) group.

One of the FT directors has ties to the finance minister, and that, the Minority claims, raises issues over conflict of interest.

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READ The 2017 Budget Statement Of Ghana (Full Text/PDF Download)

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The finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, presented the 2017 budget statement to Parliament earlier today (Thursday, March 2).

The budget, the first under the Nana Akufo-Addo administration, has been dubbed the ‘Asempa’ budget by supporters and is aimed at cutting taxation and unleashing economic growth.

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“We’ll Tell Ghanaians The Truth About Economy” – Ken Ofori-Atta

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Ken Ofori Attah
Ken Ofori Attah

Ken Ofori-Atta, Finance Minister-designate says the governing New Patriotic Party would not put the country in the when the affairs of the economy is on the table.

“I feel we need to know the truth and it is because of the truth that they [Ghanaians] voted for us,” he told Joy News’ Flagstaff House Correspondent, Elton Brobbey Tuesday.

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