The former Information Minister, Hounerable Kojo Vincent Oppong Nkrumah according to the vetting committee can't perform well in helping the president govern the country. This is because of some few reasons the Committee Chairman, Haruna iddrisu and the team discovered. But looking at his performance in the previous Akuffo-Addo government the Minister deserves to be the Information Minister once more. When Ghanaian's were hit with covid-19 the country was in distress, but the Minister took time to explain to Ghanaian's on how to curb the pandemic.
He is infact one of the most hardworking Ministers we have ever seen, upon hearing the news of him being rejected suddens my heart as a Ghanaian's and I know most Ghanaian's as well. Could this be a way to undermine the performance of the NPP in this second term of theirs in order for them to lose the 2024 elections. A lot of questions are being asked about the rejection of Hounerable Kwadwo Oppong Nkrumah, even at the vetting he answered questions, maturely with zeal. Ghanaian's could not afford to lose a better leader like Hounerable Kwadwo Oppong Nkrumah.
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