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Do Not Make Any Attempt To Reshuffle Ken Ofori Atta - Nana Addo Told.

Another message hits the desk of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo from Paul Amaning; telling the President of the Republic not to make any attempt to reshuffle the current finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta. Mr Paul Amaning drops series of reasons why Honorable Ken Ofori Atta should be retained or maintained in his office as the finance minister in case any reshuffle is about to occur in the various ministries.

Mr Paul Amaning speaking on Movement TV today, made it clear that, many people are calling unto the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo to reshuffle some of his ministers including Ken Ofori Atta. In Paul Amaning's view, the reshuffle of Ken Ofori Atta will serve more harm than good to the president of the Republic and his administration at large.

Mr Paul Amaning recount the dedication of service on the part of Honorable Ken Ofori Atta to the administration of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo. Mr Paul Amaning added that, Honorable Ken Ofori Atta is one of the best ministers under the administration of the current NPP Government and his good works are outstanding.

"I know many people are calling the president to reshuffle some ministers. That is a fine idea or suggestion. But in my own view, the president should embark on the reshuffle at the right time. However, if the president (Nana Addo) will reshuffle any minister; then the president should leave out the finance minister (Honorable Ken Ofori Atta).

Well, this is the view of Mr Paul Amaning to the president. It is left with the President to decide whether to take Paul Amaning's words into consideration or not. Perhaps, the President is having his predetermine schedule about how to reshuffle ministers and we hope to see a fantastic reshuffle of ministers from the President of Ghana.

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