Okudzeto had the chance to meet the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana. He revealed that their discussion were mutual and most importantly for the benefit of his constituency rather than a bailout for the economy.
Okudzeto Ablakwa is a member of parliament in Ghana. He is in the parliament house to represent the people of North Tongu. He was the deputy education minister during president John Mahama era. He has been in the news in recent times on issues relating to presidential travels and the National Cathedral.
Speaking about his meeting with the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, he said “its been absolutely fruitful holding discussions with Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Lu Kun. I am excited about many more mutually beneficial trade and industrial partnerships for my beloved constituency. NB: Please no bailout was discussed.”
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