Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the MP for North Tongu has accused the government of moves to cover-up the findings of the sole inquirer’s report into the demolition of the Bulgarian Embassy.

Ablakwa’s accusations come two weeks after the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources received the report of the sole inquirer on the demolition.

“Why is the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia government treating the Sole Inquirer’s Report into the demolition of the Bulgarian Embassy like a nuclear code?” Ablakwa posted on Facebook.

“It’s been several weeks after government’s own initial 7-day timeline, and yet, all we see is a grand scheme of apparent official coverup and a sleazy agenda to shield the President’s appointee at the NDPC, “Demolishing Man” Dr. Yaw. Adu Ampomah.”

He added: “The diplomatic and international community is following this sordid affair, most keenly — Ghana cannot afford another damning international verdict after the recent spate of grim global assessments.”

No cover-up

Meanwhile, the minister Samuel A Jinapor, has said the report of the sole inquirer into the Bulgarian Embassy case will be handled with utmost transparency and enormous integrity.

In response to Ablakwa for the report to be made public, Jinapor in his post on Monday, 9 May 2022, stated that “the report is being studied as was stated by the Deputy Minister who received it and will be acted upon in due course.”


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