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Chief of Staff’s Office spent 90% of the total 240 million yen in 2020 on cars

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It is reported that the Chief of Staff’s office spent more than 240 million yen on goods and services during the year. 2020.

This is according to the Spokesperson’s Office Expenditure Report Document submitted to the Congressional Finance Committee.
Ratings Committee Member Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson observed that said spending has increased by more than 1,000% since 2016.
Speaking on JoyNews’ UpFront, Dr. Forson said the huge increase is proof. shows how the government has mismanaged the economy.

“I can tell you this money isn’t useful, it’s just too much because I compare it to the money we’ve spent in previous years. No government has ever spent that much before,” he told JoyNews’ Raymond Acquah.

Analyzing the problem, Dr. Forson said 90% of the money is spent on buying a car.

JoyNews / AdomNews The Office of the Chief of Staff spent 240 million euros in 2020 alone

Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo has denied claims that his administration’s mismanagement could not be caused by current challenges facing the economy.

According to him, the country’s financial situation is caused by the current global crisis.

He points out that the surrounding economies are not spared either.

“Actually the big difference that we have in Ghana today and why we went back to the IMF is that everyone realizes that it’s not because of my mismanagement like that. Such was the case during the previous government’s tenure.

” The reality is that global inflation, high raw material prices, and all of these are the main causes of the difficulties we are facing. right as a country,” he said on Pad FM, based in Damango, in the Savannah area.

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