Akufo-Addo cannot be corrupt; he is not materialistic - Former MP

Akufo-Addo cannot be corrupt; he is not materialistic - Former MP

- Former Esikuma-Odobin-Brakwa MP has said he would vouch for the integrity of Akufo-Addo

- According to him, the appointees of the president are the ones bringing stain on him

- He said it would be hard for anybody to tag the Akufo-Addo with corruption or any related criminal act, because of his dislike for material things

Anti – Corruption Crusader, PC Appiah Ofori has vouched for the integrity and credibility of President Akufo-Addo, saying he is not corrupt as a lot of Ghanaians especially the opposition have thought him to be.

According to him, the integrity of the president's appointees is questionable therefore making it easy to identify the president as one of the corrupt people in his government.

Speaking on Kingdom FM, the former Esikuma-Odobin-Brakwa Member of Parliament (MP) believes it would be hard for anybody to tag the President with corruption or any related criminal act, because of his dislike for material things.

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“Majority of Ghanaians are going through hardships whiles some of his appointees are seriously amassing wealth at the expense of the state,” PC Appiah Ofori said.

He added that it is too early to judge the Akufo-Addo administration on corruption.

He however charged the President to walk the talk adding that 2020 the election is just around the corner and the NPP would bite its tongue if the right things are not done.

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In other news, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has lauded government’s idea to construct 100,000 affordable houses nationwide.

According to him, the project will be a game changer as it will transform the lives of Ghanaians facing housing deficits.

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