“I am truly sorry; Ken Ofori-Atta has apologized to Ghanaians over hardship - CastinoStudiosgh

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“I am truly sorry; Ken Ofori-Atta has apologized to Ghanaians over hardship - CastinoStudiosgh

Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has apologized to Ghanaians for the hardship being suffered in recent times.

According to him, the hardship faced by the populace due to the ongoing economic uncertainty is unfortunate.

He said this when he appeared before the Ad-hoc Committee hearing the motion of censure against him.

“Let me use this opportunity to say to the Ghanaian people what I believe, with courage, this is what every Finance Minister around the world may wish to say to their people now. I am truly sorry,” he told the Committee.

The Minister took the ‘witness box’ on Friday to respond to the grounds which were presented by the Minority as justification for his removal.

Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has appeared before the ad-hoc committee probing the Minority’s censure motion against him.

Ghana is currently at the doors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a possible $3 billion bailout amid intensifying hardship, skyrocketing fuel prices, a rising cost of living, and a depreciating cedi.

Ghanaians wobbling under this condition are calling for a pragmatic solution. The Minority MPs insist that Ken Ofori-Atta, in this regard, has lost his grip on the country’s economy and must be axed.

The Minister, however, blamed the difficulties on external factors and not domestic policy decisions.

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin November 10, constituted the Committee, which has seven days to submit its report.

Also, check: 80 Majority MPs demand the dismissal of finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta – CastinoStudiosgh

The Committee is co-chaired by the Adansi Asokwa MP, K.T. Hammond, and Bolgatanga East MP, Dominic Ayine.

Other members of the Committee from the Minority side are North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa; Klottey-Korle MP, Dr. Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings, and Akatsi South MP, Bernard Ahiafor.

The rest from the Majority side include Okaikoi Central MP, Yaw Boamah; Ashanti Akyem Central MP, Emmanuel Anyimadu-Antwi, and Sekondi MP, Andrew Egyapa Mercer.

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