Minister-designate for National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah, says he was not the Interior minister when a ship carrying cocaine docked in the country in 2006, hence could not have been dismissive
Removing taxes won't impact negatively on our finances - Ofori-Atta
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I wasn't Interior Minister during the 'cocaine ship' saga - Kan-Dapaah
Minister-designate for National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah, says he was not the Interior minister when a ship carrying cocaine docked in the country in 2006, hence could not have been dismissive of any information to that effect.
Ghana's economy is fundamentally strong but…Osafo Maafo explains
Ghana’s economy is fundamentally strong, Mr. Yaw Osafo-Maafo Minister-designate has said, but noted that it will only take a disciplined regime to create an economy that can be described as booming.