Home / [Audio]: Adongo walks out of ‘rubber stamp’ meeting over collapsed banks

[Audio]: Adongo walks out of ‘rubber stamp’ meeting over collapsed banks

Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Isaac Adongo, has walked out of a parliamentary probe into the collapse of 7 local banks.

His walk-out was over the failure of the committee to furnish members with all the records of the transaction before the hearing began.

Governor of Bank of Ghana Dr Ernest Addison and other central bank officials are currently before the committee answering questions.

Adongo argues the committee ought to be given all necessary documentation before proper sitting can start.

Isaac Adongo who is a member on the Finance Committee said the executive summaries provided by the BoG aren’t enough for a thorough investigation.

He’s accusing the committee of attempts to rubber stamp the Central Bank decision.

I just walked. Listen, this is a rubber stamp process, they will deliver no value and I am not willing to be part of it,” Mr Adongo told the media immediately he stepped out of the meeting room on Wednesday.

Source: Adom News

About Elvis Anokye

Check Also

Mahama left only 23 E-blocks; we’ve added 27 more – Bawumia

Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has said that while the Mahama administration built only 23 out of …

4 in critical condition after car crash at Breman Essiam

Four persons are in critical condition following an accident that occurred at Breman Essiam-Nyamebekyere to …

Weekly Wrap: Akyem Batabi church collapse, Election 2020 ballot paper slots & #EndSARS

Residents of Akyem Batabi in the Eastern Region were left in shock when a church …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *