Okudzeto Ablakwa denies personal feud with Rev. Kusi Boateng, vows to continue investigations

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Okudzeto Ablakwa denies personal feud with Rev. Kusi Boateng, vows to continue investigations
Okudzeto Ablakwa and Rev. Kusi

Samuel , the Member of for the constituency, has refuted claims that he is engaged in a personal feud with Reverend Victor Kusi Boateng, the Secretary to the Board of Trustees of the .

Ablakwa clarified that he does not personally know Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng, and he is merely exercising his parliamentary oversight duties in his campaign against the Board of Trustees' secretary.

After winning the court case against the contempt charges brought by Rev. Kusi Boateng, Ablakwa stated in an interview, “People shouldn't forget the background because some people have sought to create the impression that this is some personal battle or somebody I don't like. Not at all, I don't know him from Adam, it's nothing personal.”

Describing the court ruling as a victory for truth and parliamentary oversight, Ablakwa expressed his intention to continue with the investigations and publications.

The controversy stems from Ablakwa's allegations that JNS Talent Centre Ltd, owned by Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng, received GH¢2.6 million under the name Kwabena Adu Gyamfi for the construction of the National Cathedral. Ablakwa claimed that Kwabena Adu Gyamfi is the same person as Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng, who remains on the National Cathedral Board.

Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng responded to the allegations, calling them a “twisted narration of events” and threatening to take legal action against Ablakwa. However, the charges brought against Ablakwa were dismissed by the High Court in .

The recent dismissal of the charges by the Human Rights Court further vindicates Ablakwa and allows him to continue his investigations and publications. The case highlights the importance of parliamentary oversight and the pursuit of truth in matters of public interest.

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