Second deputy governor of BoG allegedly forced to resign

Second deputy governor of BoG allegedly forced to resign

Information emerging from the outfit of the Bank of Ghana suggests that the second deputy governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Johnson Asiama is in the process of resigning.

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According to news in the media Dr Asiama is perceived as and NDC and also has challenges in working with the new government and some key senior persons at the BoG.

Second deputy governor of BoG allegedly forced to resign

Dr Johnson Asiama

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Other sources close to government also opined that the problem with Dr Asiama is more to do with trust than competence.

YEN.com.gh sources within the BoG also indicated that the staff of the bank are unhappy with the latest development – they described it as ‘political attack’.

Dr Johnson Asiama’s contract with the BoG is expected to end in April 2020.

Meanwhile, a report by Kasapa FM in Accra say the deputy BoG governor has dismissed media reports about his alleged resignation.

The second deputy governor in a response to a text in relation to his employment status with the Central Bank said “I have not submitted a resignation letter to anyone, I will be back tomorrow”.

Dr. Asiama was appointed into office during the tenure of former president John Mahama.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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