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Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Calling Selected Journalists to Bribe Them As Pressure Mounts on Government Over Debt Restructuring – Kevin Taylor



According to Kevin Taylor, They have received a legit Information that information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is calling selected journalists and morning show hosts to a meeting this evening at 7 Pm at the information ministry.

 He said the meeting is strictly by invitation and it will be behind closed doors with no cameras or recorders allowed inside.

Bellow is full message by Kevin Taylor;

The purpose of the meeting is for the journalists to mislead their listeners starting Tomorrow as pressure mounts on the Akufo Addo Bawumia-led Government over debt restructuring and haircut brouhaha.

“Even though the President in his last address was emphatic that there will be no haircut in the current dire condition in Ghana finds itself, time has exposed that empty speech as one full of lies.

“This particular meeting Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has called will see journalists taking fat envelopes loaded with cash to push a different narrative into the system from tomorrow.

“This is because the leaked recording of a meeting the finance ministry and Bank of Ghana Held over the weekend has exposed the rots the government has supervised.

“In the audio, a rep from the finance ministry admitted the level of the mess the government has caused cannot be solved even after 10 years from now.

“In the said audio attached below, the finance ministry made some serious admission which includes Ghana’s Debt to GDP ratio crossing 100%

“Leaked Audio

Below are five takes from the audio attached below.

1. Ten Years would still not be enough to solve the Mess they created

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2. Ghana’s Debt to GDP Ratio is over 100% and not what the finance Minister Presented in the Budget


3. The IMF Program even after 3 years will not bring any significant improvements because of the extensive damage the Akufo Addo Bawumia-led Government has caused the Economy of Ghana.

4. Bond Maturity Level will be in 2027, 2029, 2032 and 2037

5. Interest on all Bonds in 2023 is 0%

“It is as a result of changing this narrative the information minister is begging journalists to come to the information ministry so he can bribe them to keep the truth away from Ghanaians