My ministers are excellent, thus I have no compelling reason to reshuffle, says Akufo-Addo

My ministers are excellent, thus I have no compelling reason to reshuffle, says Akufo-Addo Featured

According to President Akufo-Addo, his ministers have performed admirably thus far.
The President claims that there is no compelling cause to reorganize his cabinet. "Many of them have produced excellent work for me. They have produced a lot, and that is what I consider. "If the output matches the expectations, I don't have any compelling reasons to heed the call," the speaker said. The appeals are made for a variety of reasons, including the NDC's desire to topple the administration. On North Star radio in Tamale on Monday, the President noted that there are those who are also looking for work. After receiving repeated complaints about the country's difficulties, some politicians and members of civil society have urged for a change in the current administration. Kwame Gyantuah, an attorney and social commentator, has urged the president to remove the finance minister from his position. "I don't know why we have a government if there hasn't been a single reorganization. I fail to comprehend it. He questioned, "Are we suggesting that all of the government appointments have performed admirably? Mr. Jantuah further challenged President Akufo-Addo to follow in the footsteps of President John Agyekum Kuffour, the original leader of the NPP. What he did was restructure the cabinet and tell a few ministers, 'I rule this government; move you here.' Leave if you don't want to. "I believe that, at the very least, the Minister of Highways and Roads, the Minister of Health, and the Finance Minister should be changed. According to a survey of Ghanaians, he hasn't been able to manage the Ministry very well, he claimed. One historical example, according to Mr. Jantuah, concerns how Mr. Ofori-Atta implemented the contentious Electronic Levy (E-levy). "He (Ofori-Atta) did not consult any parties, including opposition parties or stakeholders, before you brought it up. You brought it before Parliament now because it raises so many issues, and you are conducting the consultation, he said.