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$100K expats saga: Spending time discussing it regrettable – Alan

The Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyerematen, has slammed the ongoing sitting by the five-member parliamentary committee probing what is now known to be the ‘Cash-for-Seat’ saga as regrettable. “It is regrettable to be spending executive time to be discussing this,” declared Mr. Kyerematen in his response to a statement …

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$100k expats saga: I’ve no doubt there was clarity – Alan

The Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyerematen, has told the five-member ad-hoc parliamentary body investigating the cash-for-seats saga that he believed the Ministry did nothing wrong during the Ghana Expatriates Business Awards (GEBA) held last year. The awards ceremony generated massive controversy after it emerged that expats were asked to …

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Disclose cost of emergency sitting – Group

A group calling itself—the Parliamentary News Africa (PNAfrica) is calling on parliament to disclose how was spent on recalling the house to consider a motion by the Minority on the $100.000.00 fee charged expatriates business moguls to sit close to President Akufo-Addo during the Ghana Expatriates Business Awards held last …

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$100K expats saga: Organisers did nothing wrong – IMANI boss

President of policy think tank, IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe has stated that the organisers of the Ghana Expatiates Business Awards did nothing wrong by charging expatriates business moguls $100.000.00 to share a table with President Akufo-Addo during the event. The awards ceremony generated massive controversy after it emerged that expats …

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$100k expats saga:  Emergency sitting unnecessary – Majority

The Majority in parliament has described as “unnecessary” the House’s recall over the $100.000.00 fee charged expatriates to share a table with President Akufo-Addo at an award ceremony last year. Members of Parliament returned Friday January 5, 2018 to the House after being summoned by the Speaker, Prof. Mike Oquaye …

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