The United Nations decision to offer the Government of Ghana under President Akufo-Addo a whopping sum of $5 billion for the construction of a 100, 000 affordable houses in Ghana with absolutely no financial commitment from the Government of Ghana is a clear indication that the United Nations believe in the intelligence, integrity and competence of President Akufo-Addo’s Government.
The UN housing deal will allow the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) to commit $5 billion to construct over a 100, 000 affordable houses to activate the housing industry in Ghana.
So far a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to that effect has been signed between the Government of Ghana and UNOPS.
The whole 8years of the Mills/Mahama’s Government could not attract such a $5 billion facility from the UN due to their incompetence and integrity crisis.
Fast forward, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has exposed the ignorance and knowledge deficiencies of the NDC Minority in Parliament over the $2 billion Sinohydro agreement.
The NDC Economic Gurus such as Isaac Adongo, A.B.A. Fuseini and Ato Forson had written to the IMF and World Bank to stop the $2 billion Sinohydro Barter Deal on grounds that it was illegal.
However, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had given their full blessings to the $2 billion Sinohydro Barter Deal thereby ridiculing the preposterous brains of Ato Forson, Isaac Adongo and A.B. A. Fuseini.
However, the Mills/Mahama Administration chased a $10 billion housing deal with South Korean conglomerate STX Corp. for 8years without success.
Moreso, the Mills/Mahama Administration chased $3 billion Chinese loan but ended up paying over $300 million interest on the inaccessible $3 billion Chinese loan.
The World Bank, IMF and Chinese Government refused to give the same opportunities to the incompetent Mills/Mahama’s Government due to incompetence and integrity crisis of NDC Government.
President Akufo-Addo’s Government is using leveraging and Bartel Deals to develop and transform Ghana.
NPP will forever be the Country’s Best Negotiators and Managers of the Economy.
Razak Kojo Opoku
(CVM Founder & President)