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Ofori-Atta asks the Committee for Vacancies to set a new date for his vetting

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Ken Ofori-Atta, the pastor assign for Finance has written to Parliament’s Appointments Committee mentioning a rescheduling of his arranged ecclesiastical checking.

He clarified that the solicitation is on wellbeing grounds.

Ofori-Atta was initially expected to meet with the Appointments Committee on February 18, 2021, yet that can’t occur as he left the country to the US to look for additional clinical consideration.

A public correspondence from the Finance Ministry on Sunday, February 14, 2021 said the Minister-assign subsequent to recuperating from COVID-19 endured a few confusions whose treatment offices are not accessible in the nation thus was leaving to the US to be taken care of.

Around the same time, he sent a letter to the Chairman of the Appointments Committee of Parliament, Joe Osei Owusu advising the Committee regarding his failure to be available on the booked date.

“I will go to the United States of America to go through a necessary clinical mediation as of now not accessible in Ghana. I’m required to be away for about fourteen days… Therefore, I compassionately demand your bearing on orchestrating another date for my appearance before the council. The Ministry of Finance is accessible to examine the fundamental significant cycles to orchestrate an elective date,” Ken Ofori-Atta’s letter expressed.

Then, Ofori-Atta’s own help has dissipated gossipy tidbits that the previous Finance Minister has kicked the bucket.

Gossipy tidbits via web-based media on Monday guaranteed the pastor assign had passed in the US yet Michael Bediako, his own aide distributed a photograph via web-based media and said the bits of gossip were false.

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“Good day, Honorable Minister-assign’s Delta 157 flight has handled,” an instant message from Bediako affirming Ofori-Atta’s protected appearance in the US said.

“He is feeling great. He sends his respects,” the instant message finished up.

The message was joined by an image of the pastor assign and his better half, Professor Angela, sitting at a holding up territory at the John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.

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