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Prove Rock City’s Financial Struggle Claims – Bryan Acheampong Dares Okudzeto Ablakwa

Bryan Acheampong Challenges Ablakwa to Produce evidence of Rock City Hotel's Financial Struggles amid the ongoing SSNIT Hotel Sale Controversy

The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Bryan Acheampong, has publicly challenged the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, to back up his claims about Rock City Hotel’s financial status.

The North Tongu MP had earlier claimed that documents from the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) show that Rock City Hotel Limited, a company owned by the Agriculture Minister, is in financial distress, making it unqualified to buy the profitable SSNIT hotels.

However, speaking to the media in Accra on June 19, 2023, Acheampong denied these assertions, dismissing them as baseless and without merit and dared Ablakwa to show proof to substantiate his claims. 

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“I heard Okudzeto making allegations of intercepting some documents from GRA but he has no such documents, there is nothing true in that statement, they are all lies. Today I am daring him,” Acheampong boldly declared.

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The Minister further revealed that according to information he obtained from the hotel’s management, Rock City Hotel is yet to submit its tax returns for the year 2023, and as a result, even the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is unaware of the company’s current financial situation.

“Managers of Rock City have reported to me that they haven’t filed their 2023 taxes; they will be filed by the end of June. So, they haven’t been filed yet. Where did Okudzeto get the supposed documents he’s talking about from GRA because the Managers of Rock City haven’t filed them yet, where did he get the said documents from?” he questioned.

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