According to the seasoned journalist, the President does not need " an elephant size" government in his second term.
Speaking in an interview with Asaase News, Mr. Baako indicated that, if he had the chance to advice or make an input relative to the President's decision, he will tell him to bring down the number of Ministers to at least below 80.
He further argued that, there should be a drastic reduction in number of ministers in the next Administration of President Akufo-Addo.
President Akufo-Addo came under heavy cricism in 2017 for running an elephant size Government, but he justified that by explaining that, it was necessary to help fast track development in the Country.
Also speaking on the same program, a senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof. Ransford Gyampo suggested that, the President should consider appointing only 40 Ministers in his next administration.
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