I Don't Know What These Ministers Went To The Appointment Committee To Do - Franklin Cudjoe
By Ismailibrahimharuna | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 907 views
President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe has taken a swipe at some appointees of President Akufo-Addo for performing poorly at the vetting Committee of Parliament when they appeared before the Committee to be vetted.
According to Mr. Franklin Cudjoe, a lot of the Ministers designate appeared not prepared for the vetting as they appeared not to have knowledge about certain information in their respective Ministries.
He specifically mentioned appointees such as, National Security, Interior, Defence and Fisheries Ministers as those who performed abysmally during the vetting.
The IMANI Boss made these comments during a panel discussion on TV3 Weekly current affairs program, the Key points hosted by lawyer Abena Tabi thie morning.
Mr. Franklin Cudjoe further called on the appointment Committee of Parliament to reject some of the appointees who are not fit for the job.
One of the appointees whose vetting generated a lot of controversy is the Minister designate for Fisheries, Hon. Mavis Hawa Koomson due to her involvement in a shooting incident at her Constituency during the voter registration exercise last year.
Indeed, some Ghanaians are of the view that, she must be rejected by the appointment Committee of Parliament because, she is not qualified to hold such a position.
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