Minority in Parliament Opposes Sale of State-Owned Hotels

by Louisa Afful
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The Minority in Parliament has condemned the government’s plan to sell profitable state-owned hotels to Bryan Acheampong, calling it “wrong and unacceptable.” They pledge full support for the “Hands Off Our Hotels Demonstration” on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, organized to oppose the sale of four hotels managed by the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) for pensioners.

In a statement issued on June 17, 2024, Chief Whip Governs Kwame Abgodza criticized the deal, highlighting it as a case of cronyism and corruption typical of the NPP government. The Minority insists that such actions demonstrate a disregard for improving the lives of Ghanaians, focusing instead on personal enrichment through the acquisition of state assets.

The Minority urges the public to join the demonstration to show the government that this shady deal will not be tolerated. They assert that selling these profitable hotels to a cabinet minister is unacceptable and must be stopped.

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