The minority caucus in Parliament has questioned the government over the delay in the formation of agencies, cooperations and departments of government. According to the first Minority Chief Whip, Parliament were told there are some bills to work on but since they came back from recess, not even a single bill has been presented to the House to work on.
The First Deputy Minority Whip, Ahmed Ibrahim on Adom News noted that the delay in formation of these agencies will breed corruption in the country and also, it's a clear indication of bad governance.
“Where are the bills? What is the cabinet doing? Why has cabinet not approved those bills for them to come to the House for us to work on? We are in the sixth month and the Akufo-Addo government is reluctantly and unwilling to form the boards of Cooperation, Agencies and Departments. These bring checks and balances so without them, it will fundamentally cause corruption". He noted.
This is so bad. The President have been in office for six good months now and vital agencies have not been formed. So the big question is, how is the president forming his government?
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