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110 MINISTERS IS BETTER FOR THE CURRENT STATE OF GHANA – FOKA

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110 MINISTERS IS BETTER FOR THE CURRENT STATE OF GHANA – FOKA

Many Ghanaians expressed outrage after President Akufo-Addo created new ministries and realigned others. He named 36 appointees to be vetted by parliament for approval.
Mr.Frank Owusu Kojo Asiamah (FOKA) has indicated that 110 Ministers is good for the Country Currently, he also said he is confident the 110 ministers appointed by President Akufo-Addo will work efficiently to help achieve the agenda of the president.
The Broadcast Journalist entreated the general public to trust that President Nana Addo knows will deliver on his promises he made during the campaign season.
“I am very confident in his team. Look, the country has assigned him a job. We should give him the free hand to do the job for us. We didn’t vote for nothing. We voted because we expect him to give solutions to us. And he says this is the way I can do the work. And you sit on the sidelines and say I won’t allow you to use the method you can use to give us the solutions. Is that what we want…Let’s measure him by the way he works?’

Many Ghanaians expressed outrage after President Akufo-Addo created new ministries and realigned others. He named 36 appointees to be vetted by parliament for approval.
Some of the new ministries include the Ministry for Inner Cities and Zongo Development, Ministry of Planning, Ministry for Business Development amongst others.
However, President Nana Akufo-Addo clarified the idea behind his decision to create six new ministerial portfolios under his administration.
He said “the six portfolios that are coming out as new portfolios will be working under the umbrella of the Office of the President. They are not stand up ministries that are going to be [built]. They are all going to function as part of the Office of the President but the ministries involved would have their dedicated portfolios and you will find [their ] budget [under] the Office of the President.”
But FOKA argued that the President must be given the free hand to fix his team.
“So let’s allow the President to fix his team and then let’s measure him by the way he delivers the results not the numbers.”
Meanwhile Parliament has set a 26-member Appointments Committee to vet the nominees for various ministerial portfolios.
The committee will be chaired by Joseph Osei-Owusu, MP for Bekwai and First Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Haruna Iddrisu, Minority Leader and MP for Tamale South as ranking member.

SOURCE:SALOMEY ADJARTEY (LADY JET)

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