- Minority in parliament are in Europe to seek answers to the much talked about bond issue by government
- They are engaging an investment investigating firm in Luxemburg
The minority in parliament has taken their quest for answers over the controversial $2.25 bond issue to yet another level, this time around, petitioning an investment investigating firm in Europe by the name Commission de Surveillance de Secteur Financier (CSSF).
Making known their thoughts and actions at a crucial press conference here in Accra, the minority NDC revealed that they are in a quest to find answers to the unanswered questions of deals between the finance minister, Ken Ofori Attah and Franklin Templeton.
The delegation of NDC members of parliament include Dominic Ayine (Dr.), Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa and Hon. Isaac Adongo who have all registered a whistle-blower complaint with the regulator in Luxembourg.
Watch the press conference by the NDC:
The move by the NDC minority follows a recent presentation by the finance minister, Ken Ofori Attah over the due diligence that government went through just to ensure that the highly subscribed bond is not scandalized with various loopholes.
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So far, government reveals that the entire domestic bond issued by the finance minister was in clear demand for the need to rake in more investments to shore up developments in the country.
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