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Sir John did not declare his assets

Sir John did not declare his assets

Per the laws regulating asset declaration in Ghana—Article 286 of the 1992 Constitution and Public Office Holders (Declaration of Assets and Disqualification) Act—Mr Afriyie should have declared assets relating to the following:

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House on plot number GA54480 located in Ogbojo, East Legon, and dated February 12, 2018 House on plot number GA 55329 located at Oyarifa No.

2, dated May 11, 2018 House on plot number GA 55475 located at Oyarifa No.1, dated September 27, 2017 House on plot number GA 5881 located at Adjiringanor, Accra, (white House), dated August 7, 2019

A 6-bedroom house located at Patangbe, Ogbojo, near East Legon

A 4-bedroom house located in Mempeheusem, East Legon A 3-bedroom house on plot number TDA 4140 located in Mempehuesem, East Legon Another 3-bedroom house on plot number TDA 4140 located in Mempehuesem, East Legon A 4-bedroom house on plot number GA56838 located in East Legon and dated October 25, 2018 A 5-bedroom house located in Sakora Wonoo A 4-storey building located in East Legon, with 10 apartments, each apartment consisting of 3-bedrooms; and five apartments, each consisting of two bedrooms A house at East Legon Hills A house in Kumasi, Ashanti regionAssets Sir John dated while in office

When he was just six months in office, his house acquired at Oyarifa No

Some argue that in the context of Ghana’s extended family system, which relies heavily on relatives, disclosing public office holders’ assets would make them vulnerable to undue pressure from needy relatives.

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