Ofori-Atta’s response to our threat to boycott budget reading is unfortunate – Spokesperson for 98 NPP MPs

The 98 MPs of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have reacted to the Finance Minister’s decision to present the 2023 budget despite their demand that he should resign or be sacked.

According to the lawmakers, they would stick to their decision to boycott the budget presentation and other Finance Ministry-related business if Ken Ofori-Atta is not sacked.

Last Friday, Mr Ofori-Atta in an interview with JoyNews confirmed that he will present the 2023 budget on Thursday, despite the request by the NPP MPs.

He further stated that he had not been officially informed about the threat of the 98 NPP MPs.

Reacting to this, the MP for Asante Akim North, who is the spokesperson for the group, said the Minister’s response to their concerns is unfortunate.

Mr. Andy Appiah-Kubi further noted that the Majority Group has lost confidence in the Minister.

He added that Mr Ofori-Atta should have resigned long ago.

“I give him the benefit of decision whether or not he has heard, but we are also resolute. So if he hasn’t heard, in the course of time, he will hear. So let’s wait for him to come to the point of hearing.

“As I continue to say, we are not probing him on legalities, we are probing him on politics and currently, we’ve lost interest in him,” he explained on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show on Monday.


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Source: myjoyonline.com