Kofi Bentil, the Vice President of policy think tank-IMANI- has taken-on Agric minister, Fifi Kwetey for questioning the academic credentials of his boss Franklin Cudjoe.
In his view, the former deputy finance minister lacks the moral rights to discuss the academic performance of his boss.
The Ketu South MP in an interview with Radio Gold Tuesday ridiculed the academic achievement of the IMANI boss.
“It was quite ironic hearing that this guy was even struggling to pass his A-level economics. He had to take it many times”.
But in a Facebook reaction, the deputy head of the policy think tank said the claims by the Agric Minister are ridiculous.
“You finish 6th form (‘A’ Level), in Togo and come to Ghana to assume a nationality.
“Come to Bishop Herman and drop down to write O level when you were 5 years older than the oldest student in the class.
“You make a poor 2nd Lower in Psychology and Economics because you could not make it to the Law Faculty”.
He continued: “You lick boots all the way up, and try to do some top-up degree, which you are struggling with…
“And you have the effrontery to lie that The young man who has built an award winning Think Tank wrote ‘A’ Level many times.
“For your information, He did Land Economy at KNUST, one of the most competitive courses and passed well.
“He is very accomplished, indeed he is my boss and I am happy to submit to him, because he is one of the smartest, humblest and most accomplished young men I have come across.
“And trust me I have seen many many very bright young men, he tops them all, indeed he was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. …dont be silly…”.
Source: Ghana/StarrFMonline.com/103.5 FM