IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe’s baby, has no faults or imperfections.
IMANI has made it a core mandate to demand transparency from institutions and organs of state so that the national purse would stop suffocating.
IMANI, the sanctimonious entity that acts as a check on the coffers of the nation breezed into town with claims of impropriety in the KelniGVG matter. IMANI said the whole transaction is shrouded in some shadowy world that must be unmasked for all to see.
The holier than thou IMANI has failed the transparency test and has been labelled as a highly opaque entity.
CDD has unimpeachably, flawless exterior so much so that it commissioned an inquest into how the NPP, excluding the NDC, ran its parliamentary primaries.
CDD, in its work, said the NPP’s primaries were fraught with irregularities and vote buying incidents which, in their view, marred the democratic principles the country is known for.
CDD even called for the withdrawal of candidates who they claim were caught in their net. They further asked for these people to be prosecuted. CDD is described as highly opaque.
These paragons of virtue, the headmasters of Ghana’s financial watchdogs, the watchmen of our finances, have failed the transparency test.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.