Speaking on Good Morning Ghana show in Metro TV this morning, Okudzeto Ablakwa revealed that the Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is currently doing the work of the Communications Ministry. He added that the Vice President has brought on board several digitization projects at a very fast rate into the country.
He believes that the Ministry of Communications which is led by Honorable Ursula Owusu is living under the work of the vice president. He is therefore requesting for the closure of the Ministry since the Vice president is doing their work for them.
"Bawumia became an IT expert leaving Ursula in the waste. He has totally eclipsed her. You don't know who is in charge of communications anymore. We should close down that ministry and let Bawumia's office handle it" he said.
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