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I Am Going To Focus On My Parliamentary Duties - Adwoa Safo Speaks About Her Removal From Office.

The revocation of Honorable Sarah Adwoa Safo became a debatable issue in Ghana when the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo made the letter known to Ghanaians through the information ministry. We all know that, Honorable Sarah Adwoa Safo left the country for some time now and her office as a minister was left unoccupied.

Base on this, the president of the Republic took the bold steps to remove her from the office as the Minister Of Gender, Children and Social Unit. Many Ghanaians supported the President for removing Adwoa Safo from the office.

Following Adwoa Safo's revocation, thought keep flooding social media that, the decision from the president against the member of Parliament against Dorme Kyabenya constituency is going to affect her political career as an MP. However, to Adwoa Safo, her removal from office as the minister for Gender has done her more good than harm as many were not expecting. According to Honorable Sarah Adwoa Safo, she is now going to get the ample time to tackle more issues pertaining to he parliamentary duties and responsibilities since she is not going to blend parliamentary roles to that of ministerial duties.

It is a good confirmation from Honorabl Adwoa Safo, that she is going to attend to the needs of the people in her constituency well. It will be a good things if all the members of Parliament will take wholeheartedly the delight of thier people at heart rather than focusing on the needs and demands of their political parties.

One thing our members of Parliament should note is that, despite party differences, the development of the Country is the key priority to thier position. They must think and work together to achieve a common goal for the country at large.

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