Ghanaian professor in political science and lecturer at the university of Ghana, professor Ransford Gyampo has advised the minister of finance, Ken Ofori Atta to seek counsel from experienced minister, former financial minister, Seth Tekper.
Following the hardship in the country and the cry of Ghanaians, the political scientist said playing all knowing and winner knows all politics will only send our country into oblivion.
He posited that it was time and clear that the finance minister is beyond ministerial reshuffling. He advised president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to task Ken Ofori Atta to seek assistance from Seth Tekper, who seem more experienced in the field of finance.
"It is decidedly clear that Ken Ofori Atta is beyond ministerial reshuffle. Mr Presidnt, please task him to seek some assistance from Seth Tekper in addressing our economic miseries. For, winner-knows-all politics hasn’t been helpful" he said on his Facebook wall.
There has been more call for reshuffling in the government,but Akufo Addo has stated categorically that he won't be reshuffling.
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