Yet, Francisca Oteng-Mensah, through her legal counselors Ghartey and Ghartey, in a reaction to CHRAJ expressed that “no realities that would uphold the conviction that our client has been engaged with an irreconcilable circumstance. There is truly, no reason for the conviction that there has been an irreconcilable circumstance.”
The MP’s legal counselors noticed that the way that the legislator was likewise the NYA board seat and was connected to Adonko Bitters, didn’t place her in that frame of mind of interest circumstance.
“Consciously, our client concedes that she is and stays a chief and investor of Adonko Bitters Limited. She was likewise a chief and investor of Adonko Bitters Limited during the period, a topic of this request.
“Nonetheless, she isn’t in no way answerable for the everyday administration of Adonko Bitters Limited. She isn’t a worker or a promoting and deals leader for the organization. Our client submits further that she is certainly not a leader head of Adonko Bitters Limited,” the reaction to CHRAJ expressed.
The MP’s legal advisors focused on that she “never ‘took part’, ‘pondered’ and ‘directed’ the acquisition of hand sanitisers from Adonko Bitters Limited as supposed by the solicitor.”
The legal counselors further expressed that NYA’s receipt, installment vouchers and check to Adonko Bitters Limited and appended to the reaction to CHRAJ, recommended that the acquisition of and installment for the hand sanitisers went before March 31, 2020, and NYA paid ¢68,980.58 to Adonko Bitters for the inventory of 290 containers of hand sanitisers on March 29, 2020.