Top 10 Former Ministers who must maintain their ministerial positions. [Opinion]
There is an Akan saying which translates literally as "he who climbs the right tree is who needs a push". In other words one good term deserves another hence ministers who performed well in their first term of office deserves a second term just as Nana Addo was given a second term to continue with his good works. I have put together 10 former Ministers who must be retained when Nana Addo finally begins to appoint his ministers for the next four years. Feel free to suggest who you think shouldn't be in the list
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta- five controversial financial policies.
Ken Ofori-Atta is under increasing pressure from Ghanaians to quit as Finance Minister, with his detractors holding him accountable for the country's current economic difficulties. The minority in Parliament brought a motion of censure against Ofori-Atta. Seven claims were brought against the minister by the Minority MPs, including extravagant spending, conflicts of interest, financial irresponsibility that caused the Ghana cedi to plunge, and egregious economic mismanagement.
Ken Ofori Atta- The government would raise the VAT by 2.5% in 2023.
The government intends to raise the nation's Value Added Tax (VAT) by 2.5 percent in 2023, according to the Finance Minister. He claims that the government's seven-point programme to revive the economy includes the proposal to raise the rate. On Thursday, November 24, 2022, the Finance Minister made this statement while presenting the nation's 2023 budget to Parliament.