Dr. Kofi Amoah, a successful businessman, has urged the Ghanaian government to swiftly launch an investigation into the theft of public funds.
Dr. Amoah’s plea follows Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe’s assertions that recovering the vast majority of the funds that have been illegally removed from Ghana by corrupt politicians is the key to reviving the country’s economy.
Dr. Amoah, who goes by the nickname “Citizen Kofi,” said that parliament must act on Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe’s request.
A tweet from Dr. Amoah said, “Let’s not let Dr. Tamakloe’s candid observations just blow away in the wind!” To recover funds misappropriated by public employees, parliament must launch an investigation. Let’s put an end to the opulent’s looting and haughtiness by cutting off their supply of free money… SMH.”
Both Dr. Amoah and Nyaho Tamakloe were weighing in on the heated national debate sparked by the theft of millions of dollars and Ghana cedis from the residence of former sanitation minister Cecilia Abena Dapaah.
Questions have been raised as to how a public servant could amass such vast quantities of money, given the amounts of cash allegedly found in her house and in several bank accounts.
STOP WASTING TIME ON DR. TAMAKLOE’S DUMB SUGGESTIONS!
Parliament should launch an investigation into public employees’ theft of public funds.
Let’s put an end to the opulent’s looting and haughtiness by cutting off their supply of free money… SMH https://t.co/LFB5PVma02
August 9, 2023 — CitizenKofi (@amoah_citizen)
Dr. Kofi Amoah, who has been advocating for a new Ghana and Africa to emerge and change the fate of the country and continent, elaborated on his previous statement by claiming that Ghanaians are being taken for fools.
If one minister can secretly hoard millions of dollars and Cedis, imagine how much money the other appointees—the COLLECTIVE, as I like to call them—have hidden away.
We need to stop acting like fools and start behaving like clever people, or everyone will continue to take advantage of us.
I have requested an investigation into all cabinet members and political appointments by the legislature… …and if Parliament is divided on how to proceed, the people must express their frustration through organised protests until steps are done to ensure that our so-called “independence” actually serves to better the lives of the MASSES.
We’re being treated like herded livestock, to be used at will, and treated like fools.
If the theft inside different African nations by our own political players is not halted, then the plundering across the continent by foreign forces, which must be stopped, will not get us anywhere.
Burning away these progress-inhibiting attitudes and behaviours by our social, political, and economic managers would pave the way for a new Ghana and a new Africa.
Recent developments in the investigation into Cecilia Depaah reveal that the Office of the Special Prosecutor has blocked her assets and bank accounts.