Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, the majority leader and member of parliament for the Suame seat, and Kwadwo Mpianim, a high-ranking Kuffour administration official, have fought. There is no need for a Vice President, according to Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, who recently declared in plain words that any President will only choose 19 ministries.
In response, Kwadwo Mpianim expressed his utter opposition to that notion.
"I believe you are restricting the President's ability to run the country if you are going to impose an artificial cap of 19 or 20 or whatever. The world is dynamic, thus things always change. So, if you pass a legislation mandating that there be only 19 ministries, and perhaps we even list the ministries, the world will change, he said.
Kwadwo Mpianim made a forecast regarding what would happen if Ghana thought about reducing the number of ministers that each government had to have.
Kwadwo Mpianim said, "There will come a day when we will say that some of the ministries we currently have may not be necessary, and we may need to add another minister. You may then need to go back and ask that the law be changed to accommodate these new ministries.
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