‘Uncaring’ Akufo-Addo is forced to reshuffle his ministers – Mahama’s Aide
‘Uncaring’ Akufo-Addo is forced to reshuffle his ministers due to family and friends nominations - Mahama’s Aide
‘Uncaring’ Akufo-Addo is forced to reshuffle his ministers due to family and friends nominations – Mahama’s Aide
President Akufo-failure Addo’s to heed requests for a ministerial change has been explained by Joyce Bawa Mogtari, Special Aide to former President John Dramani Mahama.
She accuses the Akufo-Addo administration of appointing “too many family and friends.”
According to Miss Bawa’s tweet from Thursday, August 11, Nana Akufo-Addo finds it challenging to reorganize or terminate anyone who is underperforming.
She said, “One of the risks of having so many relatives and friends in one government, like we are seeing under a plainly heartless Nana Akufo-Addo, is the entitlement that comes with it.
She continued, saying that as a result of Nana Akufo-failure Addo’s to remove them from their positions despite their poor performance, those ministers and appointees now behave as though they are the owners of the ministries and sectors they are responsible for.
“You essentially create a pseudo-fiefdom, and those in charge of these fiefdoms behave as though they are the proprietors of all they oversee.
She emphasized, “Unsurprisingly, the head of the fiefdom is unable to reorganize them even after such abject performance that has imposed economic suffering and hunger on the people.
The President asserts that there will never be a ministerial shake-up in the face of these growing demands.
President Akufo-Addo mentioned that his ministers had done a good job in a recent interview on Tamale’s North Star Radio on Monday, August 8.
According to him, those making the calls are the opposition NDC trying to topple his administration.
“Many of them have produced excellent work for me. They have produced a lot, and that is what I consider.
“If the output matches the expectations, I don’t have any compelling reasons to heed the call,” the speaker said. The appeals are made for a variety of reasons, including the NDC’s desire to topple the administration. There are others who are seeking employment, the President said.