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Power Will Change Hands And When NDC Comes To Power We Will Investigate The Minister- NDC MP Declares


In Ghana’ s politics, there has been some current conversation between two Samuels.

Leading Member of the Foreign Affairs Ministry Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has launched a battle against the country’ s brazen desecration of embassies. Parts of the Nigerian embassy will be dismantled in 2020. It had formerly been the Bulgarian embassy.

The Bulgarians showed up in court, and the Ghana government is now assisting in the construction of the structure. Okudzeto has asked why there have been no arrests and why the national coffers are being used to build when those involved should have been held accountable in a series of tweets.

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On Good Morning Ghana today, Friday, May 20, 2022, Okudzeto addressed a stern statement to Lands Minister Samuel Abu Jinapor and his allies, telling them to stop calling him names merely because he is asking vital questions.

According to an enraged Ablakwa, Jinapor hurled crude words at him on a prominent TV show, PM Express, and openly sent back a message to the minister that power changes hands, and if the NDC comes to power, they will investigate the demolitions and bring the perpetrators to justice.

He believes there is something fishy about the minister and those surrounding him, and that there is a cover- up going on.

He urged the Minister to execute his job properly and cease hiding people, arguing that an attack on a diplomatic mission is akin to declaring war, and should not be handled lightly.

It was an unusual day since administration communicators had to spend the most of the day disputing certain claims leveled against them. The government has been accused of selling parts of the ACHIMOTA forest.

This sparked outrage, with many accusing President Akuffo Addo of selling or collateralizing Ghana’s assets. Finally, Samuel Jinapor put an end to the rumors and debunked the charges.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.


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