Comic cartoonist Tilapia has left social media in a state of commenting after his iconic creation of the slated parliament accountability briefing from the minister of finance today, Ken Ofori Atta.
The speaker of parliament Alban Bagbin cleared the air on the importance of accountability from the current government on the spending from donations during the pandemic periods. He cautioned that parliament henceforth seizes to entertain any business bidding from the government if the finance minister fails to account for the spending during the pandemic.
Ghana in the wake of the pandemic received huge sums of money donations from countries, entities, individuals, CSOs, and churches to mention a few.
Ken Ofori Atta will today be in parliament to execute this exercise respectively.
Ghanaians believe the minister of finance will smell pepper in his quest to account for the spending in that regard. Ghanaians believe there has been some misappropriation of funds hence Ken Ofori Atta will find it herculean in accounting for the monies.
Here’s how Ghanaians reacted to it:
Afterward, the cathedral funds will be next.
He has more candles to burn because the whole of Ghana will be listening. He should skip the deceptive Bible quotes, we don’t have that much time.
Today you will smell pepper and the whole world even the one unborn will know the great disservice you’ve done to mother Ghana.
In this country, it’s time we start voting for the youths as president and respective members of parliament, they might understand us. Nowadays we have seen that not all adults are wise and deserve respect as tradition demands.
Some of our adults are just demonic, selfish, and empty bossed with just a huge number that signifies their old age but in reality, they are kindergartens.
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