Ministerial vetting and approval have been completed. However, there was some confusion after some 3 ministers were rejected at the vetting and yet when a vote came before the plenary they were approved. This received some lambasting from some NDC strong voices who felt the MPs had disappointed the party.
Ken Ofori Atta, former Finance Minister will today, Thursday, March 25, 2021 go before the vetting committee. On ‘Good Morning Ghana’, Sam George, MP for Ningo Prampram threw a strong message when he reminded Ghanaians that what happened the last time will not be repeated. He was of the view that they will do their best to get the best out of Ken Ofori Atta.
“A lot of things happened. People should not assume that we didn’t fight. On the day of voting on ministers we had 3 members not there. One is still battling Covid-19. I myself and others fought on January 6 and 7 to secure the Speakership. I contracted and gave it to my wife and 2 of my kids. We did our best. We have issues with Ken Ofori Atta and we know of people in the NPP who do too.
This will not repeat itself. We have learnt lessons. But never again. We have planned since 1 am. What happened won’t happen again. I can assure you” Sam George said.
Many are anticipating a gruesome vetting for Ken Ofori Atta. His session is expected to be the last and hardest because he runs virtually all the ministries. What are your expectations?
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