The minister of finance Hon. Ken. Ofori- Atta has revealed that the information obtained from the Bank of Ghana shows that the cost of printing Gh¢100 and Gh¢200 notes is US$8.97 million.
Speaking on the floor of parliament today, the minister explained that US$4.45 million cost the country of printing the Gh¢100 note and US$4.53 million also cost the country of printing the Gh¢ 200 notes
The Hon. Minister added that an amount of US$ 5,39 million of the total contract sum have been paid.
The Bank of Ghana is in process of finalising their financial statement for 2019, management will provide the details of the cost of the currency at the
Bank’s financial statement.
He made this statement on the floor of parliament, when Hon. Edward Kaal-Ewola Dery filed a question that how must it cost the state to print the new Gh¢100 and Gh¢200 notes.