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Government braces for ministerial shake-up: Akuffo Addo to announce reshuffle

Story By: Angelina Tukpe

In a recent interview on Monday, February 12th, 2024, Mr. Martin Adetor, a member of the NDC communication team, discussed the importance of reshuffling, emphasizing the crucial role of timing. Mr Adetor highlighted that the current situation in the country has deteriorated, a sentiment echoed by the Vice President and flag bearer of the NPP, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who affirmed that blame should be directed towards the President, Nana Akuffo Addo because Dr. Bawumia is “the mate and the President, is the driver”.

According to Mr Adetor, inquiries were made some time back regarding the president’s decision on reshuffling. The president responded by saying that the current ministers were performing satisfactorily, so the question arises as to why the reshuffle is happening now. Mr Adetor suggests that the timing of the current primaries revealed deficiencies among certain ministers, leading to their resignations and indicating their unsuitability for government roles. He believes that the president’s decision to reshuffle is a direct reaction to this revelation.

Mr. Adetor emphasized that if the objective was to reshuffle, one would not wait for the prevailing conditions to make such a significant decision. He stated that with the upcoming end of the administration on December 7, 2024, this is an opportunity for the NPP to address gaps and correct errors within the system. However, with only 8 or 9 months left in the administration, how much time would the person have to properly analyze and carry out the necessary work? pearly analyze and carry out the necessary work?

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