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Despite His Outlook, Ofori-Atta Is A Worried Man Within: NDC Chairman Opines



The chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the Nhyiaeso constituency is pleading with Ghanaians not to be misled by the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-outwardly Atta’s upbeat appearance, especially given that some people want him removed from office.

The leader of the NDC at Nhyiaso claims that while appearing unconcerned on the outside, Mr. Ofori Atta is actually a worried man.

Speaking on Kumasi’s Ultimate FM, Mr. Afayam asserted that no amount of tough talk, no matter how long it takes, nothing will keep the man in government.

“You see the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta at the committee sitting feeling very comfortable with crossed legs but I can tell you inside him, he is a worried man.

Forget about his white shirt and the cross around his neck, the man is very much unhappy inside him…he is not happy, he is a worried man. I am telling you he doesn’t want to show it there”, he opined.

Furthermore, he continued to iterate saying: “The motion against the Finance Minister could have been “killed”. This would have ended his misery, the voting should have just happened.

The majority are just having double standards, they’re hypocrites. You want the Finance Minister’s outcome and let’s vote him out over his competencies, and conflict of interest you are giving all kinds of excuses

“We will wait for the committee to be down with its work, but let me tell you, there are fears the committee’s work will be meaningless and I am tempted to share in that,” he added.


In some videos of Tuesday Committee meetings that have gone popular on social media, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta can be seen dozing off as the censure meeting was being conducted; many have speculated that the minister did not take the meeting seriously.The

About The Committee

Last Thursday, November 10, 2022, Parliament Speaker Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin referred a motion of censure against Ken Ofori-Atta to an eight-member committee for review.

Meanwhile, the Committee has seven days to provide its findings to the legislature.

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