Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Mavie's Hawa Koomson, has opened up about her job, admitting that her appointment as the sector minister came to her as surprise considering she had absolutely no expertise as regards the fisheries sector. Mrs Koomson said upon assumption of Office, she made known her limitations to the technocrats in her ministry, hoping to count on them and to learn from their expertise.
In an interview, Speaking in a conversation with Paul Adom Okyere on Good Evening Ghana Metro TV, She assured that despite being handicapped in terms of skills, she will leave behind a positive trail as she is hardworking and ready to learn on the job. She revealed that for the short period that she has been the Fisheries Minister, she has learnt a lot and is looking forward to learning more. Asked what legacy she hopes to leave behind, Mrs. Koomson said her aim is to revamp the fisheries sector, make it more viable to rake in more revenue for the Country and for the Fisher folks.
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