Today saw an exciting day as the Appointment Committee continued its vetting session of Deputy Ministers. Today, Friday, June 4, 2021 saw Moses Anim, the MP for Trobu and deputy minister nominee for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development taking his turn. The nominee took some tough questions from the panel and impressed with his answers.
One funny moment however was when MP for Tamale North, Alhassan Suhuyini asked Hon. Anim of his thoughts regarding the ‘name and shame campaign’ of some MPs by Ghanaians not too ago. According to Hon. Anim he is not a social media type and so heard nothing about that campaign
“Mr. Chairman, I am not so much into social media. I must confess. I believe in working closely with my people. To be frank with you I am not so much into social media so I haven’t seen such comments”. Hon. Anim said. He promised to ensure fairness when it comes to sharing of outboard motors and improve the lives of fisher folks.
It can be recalled that Hawa Koomson gave Ghanaians a reason to laugh during her vetting when she was queried on fish farming. She has however fared good so far on the job. Let’s see what Moses Anim brings to the table.
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