According to Bernard Okoe-Boye, the decision by the Minority to congregate near the headquarters of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) will be pointless.The central bank Governor and his deputies have been given an ultimatum by the lawmakers of the NDC to quit within the next 21 days in response to claims of mismanagement, or they will face picketing at the bank premises.The Minority has levelled allegations of corruption against the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Addison.
Because of their poor management, Ernest Addison and his colleagues have racked up a startling loss of GH60.8 billion by the end of the fiscal year 2022, and many are demanding that they step down from their positions.In the event that they are not allowed to quit, they have threatened to picket.Speaking on this topic on the morning show "Kokrokoo" on Peace FM, a former representative for the Ledzokuku district called the decision of the Minority into doubt, pointing out that they had ample time to interrogate Mr. Addison in the House of Representatives."They're using the populist approach; if you're indeed thinking of Ghana, use the right procedure," he urged the minority party. "They're using the populist approach."According to him, "the action of the minority was deliberate; it was to create the impression of serious abuse but after the explanation; if it hadn't been for the press release from the Bank of Ghana, NDC would have been throwing dust into our eyes."
Concerning the picketing, place the signs wherever you like; even if they remain in place for a century, it will make no difference.