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A Bigwig From Kuffour's Camp Has Called For The Sacking Of Three Ministers Appointed By Nana Addo

It is obvious that the Nana Addo-led administration is inheriting the "Yentie Obiaa" syndrome from their predecessor, Mahama. One thing that Nana Addo promised Ghanaians in the run-up to the 2016 election was that he will listen to Ghanaians and not do what Mahama did.

Currently, Nana Addo is not only doing worse than Mahama did. He has also refused to listen to the suggestions and advice which has been put up by leading members of the party that gave him the opportunity to become President.

Now, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffor Addo has been put to test again by a bigwig in the Kuffour camp, Professor Baffour Agyeman Duah. He is also the Chief Executive Of the Kuffour Foundation, a more pronounced role. He has spoken and added his voice to the need to sack some of the Ministers in the Nana Addo administration.

Professor Baffour named three of these Ministers; Minister of Health, Minister of Finance, and Minister of Agriculture. The reasoning he gave was that some of these Ministers have health issues and as such, they are not properly delivering their roles. Also, he claimed some of these ministers do not speak at all.

“If you put your ears to the ground what we hear popularly is the health sector implying the Minister of Health as well as the Minister of Agric, these two including the Finance are the prominent ones,

There are some Ministers that we do not even hear about at all. You don’t know whether they are working or not. And there are some Ministers when you see them they look very tired, you don’t know whether they are tired and some have health issues. So all these could be factors that I think if the President wants to make a move he can take an account of to inform his decision", he explained on Joy News TV.

Now it is up to Nana Addo now to decide once again if he will sack them or not.

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