The open hearing which is entirely by invitation will be telecast live on open broadcaster GBC at 10 am. The Committee was incapable of vetting Mr Ofori-Atta after it was declared in February that he will travel to the US for an extraordinary restorative survey based on his doctor’s advice.
This was as a result of the therapeutic complications he endured after recouping from Covid-19 in December 2020.
Mr. Ofori-Attah asked another time to be verified by Parliament’s Appointment Committee as his condition did not make it conceivable for him to face it. He was, be that as it may, anticipated to return in two weeks, but might not make it on time.
Mr Ofori-Atta was back in town sound and healthy. The Suame MP displayed the government’s 2021 Budget Explanation to Parliament.
Days afterward talking at a Virtual PWC Post Budget Gathering Mr Ofori-Atta expressed that he was feeling way better crediting his speedy recuperation to God and supplications from Ghanaians.
He noted that specialists who were “handling” him are indeed astounded with his quick recovery rate.
Mr Ofori-Atta also said thanks to Mr Charles Adu Boahen and the workforce at the service for how they took care of the budget arrangement and presentation.
Speaking on Bliss News’ PM Express on Monday, Alexander Kwamina Afenyo Markin, Deputy Majority Leader, told Evans Mensah that they were holding up for a communication from the administration to continue to vet the co-founder of Databank Group.