The Minority has called for a Parliamentary inquisition into the deal and further threatened to proceed to the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice for a thorough investigation to be conducted into the deal.

Officials of the Bank of Ghana, who were key players in the bond issued appeared before the committee to answer queries from the 2015 Auditor General’s Report about foreign exchange receipts and payments.

However MP for Effutu Afenyo Markins for the second time smuggled in the question on the controversial $2.25 billion bond after his first attempt was shot down by the chairman of the Accounts Committee James Avedzi.

He got the answer from both Stephen Opattah and the Second Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana Johnson Asiamah.

“In such a system you cannot predetermine who the investor will be,” Opatta said.

On the part of the Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana Johnson Asiamah it is impossible for a bond to be issued in secrecy.

According to him, in the beginning of the year government announces its borrowing plans which is available for all investors and potential investors bid for it and can therefore not be a secret transaction.

But the MP for Keta Richard Quarshigah is standing by the Minority’s claim.

He explained to Joy FM’s Evans Mensah on Top Story the deal was an international transaction which ought to have received Parliamentary approval.