Ken Ofori-Atta, the Finance Minister, has returned back to Ghana after seeking additional medical help in the United States of America for what he said were minor annoyances following his recovery from COVID-19.
Ofori-Atta had purportedly tried positive in December a year ago and the circumstance deteriorated early this year.
A report by Asaase Radio, a favorable to NPP site located by GhanaWeb expressed that, upon his appearance by means of Delta Air at the Kotoka International Airport on Saturday, March 20, “Ken Ofori-Atta drove directly to the Jubilee House, the seat of the country’s administration to educate the President regarding the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, of his recuperation and return back to base.”
Ken Ofori-Atta, on Sunday, February 14 this year, left the country to the United States for a clinical audit allegedly dependent on the guidance of his clinical specialist.
He went through around thirty days at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA, where he got particular treatment for post-COVID-19 complexities.
“While the Finance Minister is obviously on a retouch as to the clinical test he endured, his PCPs have prompted that he lessens his responsibility to guarantee that he makes a total recuperation,” the Asaase Radio report expressed further.
Because of Ofori-Atta’s nonattendance, the Ghanaian government’s spending plan and financial strategy for the 2021 monetary year was perused on the floor of Parliament by Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Majority Leader – a first, since at any rate Ghana’s fourth Republican vote based system started in 1992.
Any remaining clergyman chosen people of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo have been considered by Parliament’s Appointments Committee, endorsed by Parliament and have in this way been sworn into office by the President.
The Appointments Committee will probably draw in Ken Ofori-Atta to figure out a fitting time and date for his screening.