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Let Me Chalice You a Penalty. Critical News, 10th February 2013

Posted by Business in Ghana on February 10, 2013

Sydney Casely-Hayford,

Former Deputy Attorney General, Ebo Barton Oduro is either very smart or he operates from the point of view that there are plenty stupid Ghanaians, including his fellow MPs at the Vetting Committee.  First he refuses to accept that there is a difference between an education qualification and experience gained from practicing at a profession and then he blocks all questions that could lead to some discussion on judgment debts.

True to his record he reinforced his position that there is no point making fine corrections to poorly presented documents.  After all, the NPP have boycotted the session, who cares about what the rest of Ghana thinks?  His job is to vet and vet and if the opposition does not care, why need he explain to Ghanaians who elected him to that seat?  The Ministers will be passed through anyway.  Do we need to prolong the agony?  Same style with the Woyome decision, no case to answer.  It is a pity that we are not more incisive when it comes to such matters. Read the rest of this entry »

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