Ken Ofori-Atta Should Be Charged With Homicide-Mahama

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Street and building expert Abdulai Mahama has claimed that the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has unmitigatedly dismissed the President and Cabinet’s mandate to deliver assets for the development of cradle zones and interceptors to control run-off and actually take a look at floods in Accra.


He unveiled that the Ministry of Works and Housing should develop around 18 support locales in Accra yet from 2019 up till July 2022 not a solitary one has been built, refering to the Auditor General’s report.


“They were supposed to do a 110-kilometer stretch of drain but they have done just 11 percent. That’s why I say that in any jurisdiction, the Minister of Finance would be charged for manslaughter because the people are dying,” he stated.


As indicated by the street and building expert, there was a crisis bureau meeting on 4 June last year as a component of the recognition of the June 3 calamity and bureau coordinated Mr Ofori-Atta to deliver assets for the Ministry of Works and Housing to have the option to leave on a portion of this crisis development, expansion and desilting of the channels.

“As we speak not even one cedi has been released for the Ministry of Works and Housing for that purpose. Either it is disrespect to Cabinet or disrespect to the whole community of Ghana. Of course in any jurisdiction, the Minister of Finance should be charged for manslaughter because the Minister of Works and Housing cannot do work without money,” Mr Mahama told host Helen Appiah-Ampofo on 3FM Sunrise.


He added that around three letters of updates that were shipped off the Finance Minister had not gotten any answer or affirmation subsequently he proposed that the President shouldn’t keep up with Mr. Ofori-Atta as the Finance Minister for challenging his mandate.

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