Asenso Boakye, Alan, Amewu And Other Big Wigs Set To Come Before Appointments Committee This Week.
By ClearNews | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 1976 views
The Appointment Committee of Parliament is still vetting minister designates for the second term of President Akufo-Addo. Already 18 minister designates have been vetted with last week’s highlights falling on Dr. Adutwum, Hawa Koomson and Kojo Oppong Nkrumah.
Fourteen Minister designates will go through the vetting process this week. The week will start off with Cecelia Dapaah returning for the ministry she has headed for the last 4 years. She returns as minister designate for the Sanitation and Water Resources. Tomorrow will also see Kweku Ofori Asiamah being vetted for the Transport ministry.
Day 11 which is Tuesday will see Joseph Cudjoe, Freda Prempeh and Samuel Jinapor being vetted for the Public Enterprises, Works and Housing, Lands and Mineral Resources ministries respectively.
Wednesday will feature John Peter Amewu Being vetted for the position of Railway while Asenso Boakye and Awal Mohammed will also take their turns.
Thursday will see the last minister designates as Ebenezer Kojo Kum will be vetted. So will Mustapha Ussif for the Sports Ministry and Alan Kyerematen for the Trade and Industry position.
Friday will also see the commencement of the vetting of regional ministers. The 3 three will be the nominees for the Western, Greater and Eastern Regions.
What are your expectations from them this week?
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