Mahama Ayariga dared the Minister to take whatever action he might deem fit, saying he would defend himself anywhere.
He believes the facts he has put out in the public and actions taken to return the money are enough to acquit him in any court.
“I am not sure any law court if it hears the evidence that I am giving and [if] my colleagues confirm” would deem the issue unworthy, he told Samson Lardy Ayenini, host of Joy FM/MultiTV's news analysis programme Newsfile Saturday.
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