Bawumia corrects Adu Boahen, saying, “My integrity is my most prized asset.”

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia fiercely refuted claims made by Charles Adu Boahen, a former state minister in charge of the finance ministry, over the supposed cost of attracting Bawumia’s attention.

Bawumia corrects Adu Boahen, saying, "My integrity is my most prized asset."
Bawumia corrects Adu Boahen, saying, “My integrity is my most prized asset.”

In a message posted on his Facebook page, Bawumia emphatically refuted the accusations and made it clear that, if true, Dr. Adu Boahen should be immediately fired and the matter looked into.

The vice president declared that his integrity was still his most prized possession and that he would not stand by and let others abuse it by exploiting it to commit crimes.

“My attention has been attracted to a film by Anas Aremeyaw Anas (as posted on his social media account), which appears to show Mr. Charles Adu Boahen, Minister of State for Finance, using my name, among other things, to sell influence and collect money from fictitious investors. I would like to clarify that the minister’s position as a minister of state is untenable if what he is claimed to have stated is accurately recorded in the video. “He should be fired immediately and looked into,” Dr. Bawumia said in a statement.

I am not aware of any such meeting held by Minister Adu Boahen or a purported “appearance fee,” the statement added. My honesty is my most prized possession in life, and I will not permit someone to use my name to carry out unethical operations.

Following Bawumia’s declaration, the Presidency moved promptly to remove Charles Adu Boahen from his role as a Minister of State.

According to the most recent exposé from Tiger Eye PI, the investigative division of award-winning Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Adu Boahen put the Vice President of Ghana in a precarious position.

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Tiger Eye PI agents revealed Charles Adu Boahen during a covert meeting in Dubai where they pretended to be investors in the Ghanaian economy.

During the discussion, the former minister said he could arrange for the investors to meet with Ghana’s vice president in exchange for a $200,000 appearance fee.

“You mean, like, appearance costs and things like that? I’m talking about the Vice President himself; if you want to send him a symbol of your gratitude or something like (USD) 200,000, that’s OK. He isn’t actually (like that), he isn’t really. He just needs to be concerned about his 2020 campaign finances, according to Charles Adu Boahen.

Dr. Bawumia’s assistant, Gideon Boako, vehemently refuted the accusations and cited Bawumia’s intelligence and integrity as the reasons why he would never act in such a way.

Bawumia corrects Adu Boahen, saying, "My integrity is my most prized asset."
Bawumia corrects Adu Boahen, saying, “My integrity is my most prized asset.”

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