- Ofori Atta has attributed his recovery to the grace of God
- The Minister of Finance-designate seems to be getting better after he travelled to the states for treatment for post-COVID complications
- He however, has not recovered fully from the illness, as he is still receiving treatment in the United States of America
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The Minister of Finance-designate, Ken Ofori-Atta seems to be getting well after he travelled to the states for treatment.
In a report filed by Citinews, Ofori Atta has attributed his recovery to the grace of God.
The finance minister who is known for always alluding to the bible in every circumstance, once again alluded to the Bible in his thanksgiving.
“...I would want to reiterate how merciful the Lord has been to me and also grateful for the prayer support from my family. The challenge is my post-COVID-19 symptoms.,” he said in a virtual post-budget forum.
He however, has not recovered fully from the illness, as he is still receiving treatment in the United States of America.
Ofori Atta lauded the medical staff especially the doctors for their dedication, and the care they have given him since he started treatment.
Ofori Atta was flown to the USA for urgent medical attention.
The Public Relations Office of the ministry revealed in a press statement that Ofori Atta was suffering complications from his Covid-19 recovery since December 2020.
“After recovery from Covid-19 last December, Mr. Ofori Atta has medical complications which doctors advise, require further interventions not currently available in Ghana,” excerpts of the statement added.
He was expected to return in two weeks time but he could not since he was not fully recovered.
Afriyie Akoto reportedly told some of the party’s bigwigs in the region over the weekend that the Akufo-Addo administration failed the region in terms of road construction.
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Source: Yen Newspaper