Parliament ‘bribe cash’ was GHS100,000 – Kwesi Pratt

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The Editor-In-Chief of the Insight Newspaper, Kwasi Pratt Jnr. has made a shocking revelation that the alleged bribe money originally payed to the members of the Vetting Committee of Parliament to induce them approve Energy Minister-designate, Boakye Agyarko was a whooping GHS100,000.

According to him, only three MPs have so far come public for receiving GHS3,000 each out of the amount, therefore there is the possibility that more MPs might have benefitted from larger amounts as their shares of the allege ‘bribe’.

Speaking on Peace FM Morning Show, the astute Journalist analyzed that, investigation into the matter could even prove that the money maybe be more than GH100,000 as being speculated.

“In all this saga, what we have all heard is that the amount of money that went as bribe to the committee was GHS100,000. And when three people go sharing GHS100,000 there will be some left. Maybe investigation could even prove that the money was more than GHS100,000,” he told the host.

Mr. Pratt who sounded to have more inside information on the saga intimated that, Alhaji Muntaka, the Asawase MP can no longer hold himself as a Minority Chief Whip in parliament if investigations establish any truth in the whole bribery scandal.

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