The level of nepotism felt under the Akufo Addo led administration is getting out of hand and it doesn’t look like it’s stopping any time soon even though many critics have labelled his administration as a family and friends governance.
We understand that it’s important to appoint and work with people you can trust but the move made by the current chief of staff Akosua Frema- Opare under this government is shameful and an insult to our democracy.
The chief of Staff issued a letter to appoint his brother, Charles Osei Bonsu to chair the board of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA). This comes as a shock and disappointment to many as the current Board chairperson, Adelaide Ahwireng has contributed massively to face-lifting the (GTA).
Some of her notable achievements include the year of return, Afrochella, Beyond Return and many other initiatives.
Where is the transparent and progressive governance we were promised if competent officials are replaced with family members?
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